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What does animo mean in English?


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2010-01-25 11:47:25
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Depending on the context, if someone says to you "animo!", it usually means "Chin up!" or "Cheer up!" It's also a way to encourage someone or cheer someone on.


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"What does Vi et animo mean in English word?" Answer: Most commonly translated as: BY STRENGTH AND COURAGE However, "I live and breath" and "with heart & soul" are other found translations.

By courage and faith is the English equivalent of 'Animo et fide'. In the word by word translation, the noun 'animo' means 'by courage'. The conjunction 'et' means 'and'. The noun 'fide' means 'by faith'.

Help to the soul may be the English translation of 'aux animo'. But the English translation assumes 'aux' as an abbreviation for 'auxilium'. In the word by word translation, the word 'auxilium' is a neuter noun in the nominative singular, and means 'help'. The word 'animo' is a masculine noun in the dative singular, and means 'to the soul'.

Animo is (was) a shotgun manufacturer in Eibar Spain. Most likely your shotgun is a side by side model.

This is in Latin, and one of the few translations in English is "with heart and soul."

It means you arent looking forward to something, as in you dont intend to.

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Animo Venice Charter High School was created in 2001.

The person before me wrote "with skill" and I agree with that remark. There is no cheat for beating Animo.

Animo Locke Technology High School was created on 2007-09-04.

The motto of Animo Venice Charter High School is 'preparing students for college, leadership, and life'.

Prudent women will choose a man with their mind(s), not their eye(s).

"Whoever makes a mistake out of good intentions never causes harm" is the English equivalent of "Labitur ex animo benefactum iniuria numquam."Specifically, the verb "labitur" means "to err, fall, glide, slide." The preposition "ex" means "from, out of." The masculine gender noun "animo" means "from, by/through, with the soul, the principle of life, the mind." The adjective "benefactum" means "made." The feminine gender noun "iniuria" means "injury, wrong." The adverb "numquam" means "at no time, never."

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Animo is the only Latin word, and it may have several possible translations, depending on context. Since 'spirit' is in the same question, I'll assume that sense is the one. 'Animo' is either dative or ablative singular; most likely ablative. That would make the translation: By means of the spirit.

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Animo Fracta. Just wrote it on my wrist. :)

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The motto of University of Gloucestershire is 'In animo et veritate'.

The motto of Ascham School is 'Vi Et Animo'.

The motto of Cawston College is 'Animo Ac Fide'.

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