The word domina is Spanish and in English means dominates, however the word domina is also from the Latin language and means lord, master or dominion.
The word Dominic means "Lord". It comes from the language of Latin. It come from the word Domina meaning master lord.
From the Italian Donna it means 'lady' from Latin domina.
domina, -ae, f. - lady or you could use; femina, -ae, f. - woman
Domina. No. You obviously haven't studied the language if you believe that. Domina means Mistress! Femina means lady
There is no Latin word "journal". But if you mean the Latin word for journal, it is "ephemeris".
Mistress = "Domina | Dominae" 1st F. Master = "Dominus | Domini" 2nd M.
There is no such word in Latin; -ous is not a Latin word ending.
It is not a Latin word.
Its not a latin word so it doesnt mean anything.....
Pulchra femina. (as in a beautiful woman) Pulchra domina. (as in a beautiful lady "of the house")
That is not a Latin word. There is no "ch" diphthong in Latin.
what does the latin word for december mean and what does it mean
The Latin word for an altar means - an altar. If you mean to ask for the Latin word meaning "altar" it is ara or altaria.
a common word from Latin
There is no Latin word man.
Latin has no such word.
There is no such word in Latin.
That's not a Latin word.
When you ask the Latin word for false I assume you mean the word "no". In Latin the word "no" is "minime".
The Latin word innocentia may mean 'integrity' in the sense of 'harmlessness'. The Latin word integritas may mean 'integrity' in the sense of 'purity, soundness'. The Latin word probitas may mean 'integrity' in the sense of 'honesty'. The Latin word sanctitas may mean 'integrity' in the sense of 'holiness'.
The Latin word for 'word' is verbum.
"Vertere" is the Latin word for 'to turn.'
filius is the Latin word for "son".
what does the Latin word Chalacombarum
Camrayn is not a Latin word.
It does not have a meaning in Latin, as it is not a Latin word.
"Calorie" is not a Latin word, though it has Latin roots: it is from the word calor, meaning "heat."
The word you may be thinking of is the Latin publicus, meaning "public." That is the closest word in Latin to the word you are thinking of.
The Latin word Natrium means Sodium
The word "lac" in Latin means "milk".
The Latin word Carbo means Charcoal
the latin word mater means: mother
hacienda is a Spanish word for house, not Latin.
The latin word "quaero" means to seek.
The Latin word uxor means "wife".
The latin word poeta means poet.
Haec is the Latin word for "this" or "those"
The word is vertebrata in latin but its definition is backbone
The Latin word Dimittis means: Crucifix
No, the word for place in Latin is "locus".
There is no Latin word sempra. The word semper means "always."
The Latin word cavare means "to hollow; to hollow out" which comes from the Latin word for cave, cavus.
It's not a word in Latin
'Quagga' is not a word in Latin
Latin for Lord
Tact is not a Latin word.
the 'word' gold comes from the latin term 'golde'. Did you mean 'word'? the 'word' gold comes from the latin term 'golde'. Did you mean 'word'?
Perhaps you simply mean the Latin derivative, NOT the Latin word: "laudable."