What is Latin for Father falls in the pond?
Pater in piscinam cadit.
In Latin, pater is translated into father. Another word that is derived from it is patria, which is translated fatherland or homeland. In Latin pater is translated into father, and another work that is derived from that is patria, which is translated into fatherland or homeland. Pater does not represent husband, just father, "vir" is translated into man or husband.
Piscina is the Latin equivalent of 'fish pond, tank for fish'. It's a feminine gender noun that also may be translated loosely as 'reservoir' and 'swimming bath [or pool]. It's a derivative of 'piscis', which is the masculine gender noun that means 'fish'. The Latin word also exists in English. But in English, the noun 'piscina' refers to the sacristy sink into which water is poured. It's the water from the priest's washing of his…