What is Latin for father?
pater = father in Latin
Mother and father in latin
Patris is the genitive singular of the Latin word for "father", pater. It means "of a father" or "of the father". (Latin has no words for "a" or "the", so a translation has to supply them when necessary.)
The Latin word for father is Pater. The Latin for daddy is tata.
My father I miss you
The Father of Latin prose was Caecus. He was a Roman politician and a copy of one of his speeches is the earliest known political manuscript in Latin in existence.
Pater is the Latin word for father
Pater is the most common Latin equivalent of 'father'. It's a masculine gender noun. Another equivalent is 'genitor', but as 'father' in the sense of 'propagator'. Another equivalent is 'parens', but as 'father' in the sense of 'parent'.
Father is Pater in Latin.
Mother in latin is mater and father is pater.
Marc Antony's (Marcus Antonius, in Latin) father was Marcus Antonius Cretius. He died in 71 BC.
It derives from the Latin word 'papa' which means 'father.'
Pater. Or Me'us Pater means my father. Tu'us pater means your father.
The word "pater" means father in the Latin language.
Pater sanctus means holy father
The English translation of the Latin phrase "gloria patri" would be "glory to the Father" or "glory (be given) to the Father."
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.
It is Latin, for 'father'.
The Latin word for mother is mater. On the other hand, the Latin word for father is pater. The Latin word for brother is frater.
meus abbas senior deus in Olympus in latin
I'm not sure its the latin. But it means to lead me to do what you (GOD) wants me to do an not what I want to do
I would need to know what you mean by 'Father Me'. In my reading of standard English, I would find it hard to follow 'father' with 'me'. Do you mean 'My Father'?
Latin. from pater=father.
In nomine patris
Yes. Her father is from Venezuela.
pater = father
"Pater" is the Latin word for "father."
Pater is Latin for "father".
priest is saecerdos
Quis est pater?
PATER means father
Pater, condona me.
Depending on the grammatical context: meus pater (subject) mi pater ("O my father!") mei patris ("of my father") meo patri ("to/for my father") meum patrem (object of verb or some prepositions) meo patre ("by/with/from my father") Latin word order is flexible; any of these could have the words in the opposite order.
That would require an imperative, which Latin would not use in a case like that. The phrase requiescat pater in pacem means "May father rest in peace".
"Dear father" is pater care (pa-ter ca-ray) in Latin. This is in the vocative case, since the vocative is always used when addressing a person directly.
You could use Dad, Daddy, Pop, or my old man, and pater means father in Latin.
Literally translated, "pater sanctus".
Father (Latin: pater)
"tē dēsīderō, pater."
Te amo, Pater.
Pater in piscinam cadit.
The word paternoster means our father.
they are speaking in latin. i take latin class and if you know latin, when you get beaten by the god king, the new bloodline comes and he says Pater Advogonces. Pater in latin is father and advogonces means avenge you. So, its all means Father, i will avenge you. advogonces comes from the latin verb advogere which means to avenge. Looks like you learn something every day. Have a nice day!
His father is Spanish. Thus, Martin Sheen is of Latin-European descent. If you are asking if he is of Latin-American descent, then no.
The head of the household was the husband/father, which in latin was called pater familias (father of the family).
Semper pater tuus sum.
Gratias (tibi ago), pater.
The father is usually the head of the family