Omnis cedo domus is a pseudo-Latin phrase said to be the firefighter's credo and to mean "everybody goes home".
In fact it does not at all conform to Latin syntax. Omnisis singular where there should be a plural; cedo is a 1st-person singular indicative ("I go") where a third-person plural is needed; and domus is the nominative (subject) form where an accusative is required.
A better way to say this in Latin would be Omnes cedunt domum.
The word domus originates from Latin. When translated, it means house or home. A popular Latin phrase is omnis cedo domus. It means everybody goes home.
If your asking about its translation it means "Everybody Goes Home" I am a firefighter and it is a commonly used phrase in our profession. If your asking about its translation it means "Everybody Goes Home" I am a firefighter and it is a commonly used phrase in our profession.
Domus in undis is "a home in the waves".
Carnage to all????
All your base
I am a house.
All the power of God.
It means "Kill all (men)."
The phrase 'nova domus' means new house. In the word-by-word translation, the adjective 'nova' means new. The noun 'domus' means 'house'.
"hearth and home"