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The Latin phrase 'locus placentibus placitus' is incomplete if the adjective 'placentibus' is being used as an adjective. But it's complete if it's an adjective that's working as a noun. With the latter in mind, the word-by-word translation is the following: 'locus' means 'place'; and 'placentibus' and 'placitus' mean 'agreeable, pleasant, pleasing'. The English translation there is as follows: A place pleasant to the pleasant.

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