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What does journal mean in Roman?

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There is no Latin word "journal". But if you mean the Latin word for journal, it is "ephemeris".

There is no Latin word "journal". But if you mean the Latin word for journal, it is "ephemeris".

There is no Latin word "journal". But if you mean the Latin word for journal, it is "ephemeris".

There is no Latin word "journal". But if you mean the Latin word for journal, it is "ephemeris".

There is no Latin word "journal". But if you mean the Latin word for journal, it is "ephemeris".

There is no Latin word "journal". But if you mean the Latin word for journal, it is "ephemeris".

There is no Latin word "journal". But if you mean the Latin word for journal, it is "ephemeris".

There is no Latin word "journal". But if you mean the Latin word for journal, it is "ephemeris".

There is no Latin word "journal". But if you mean the Latin word for journal, it is "ephemeris".

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