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What does facio mean in Latin?
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What does the latin word 'to do' mean in English?
I think you may be confused. First of all, your question should have been: What does the English word, 'to do', mean in Latin? Anyways, it's facio, facere. Facio is singular, while facere is plural. Answer 2: I agree with the answer, but just as a quick thing: facio is the first-person singular ("I do"), but facere is the present active infinitive ("to do"), and doesn't have number.
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What is the Latin translation for Sacrifice of a hero?
What word comes from a Latin root meaning 'to make'?
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How do you pronounce facio?
I Latin? Well, that depends on whether or not you are speaking Classical Latin (the Latin spoken by Caesar), or Ecclesiastical Latin (the Latin spoken by the Catholic church.) In Classical Latin, it is pronounced: "FAW-KEY-OH" I have not studied Ecclesiastical Latin much, but it is pronounced the same way one would pronounce it it Italian. :) Hope that helps!