If you mean power as in authority. Imperium
Its the word vis.
Latin name for will power is Arbitratus Dominatus
The Latin word vis means "power, force."
The Latin root is Posse meaning, to be able
Force; power., Physical force., Moral power.
potestatum Second answer: The answer above is incorrect to an extent, the answerer has given the genitive plural of power, which literally means 'of the powers'. The Latin word for power is potestas.
The Latin word Vis means power or force or strength.
It is a Latin word of the same spelling, meaning one who has absolute power and authority. In Latin use, a dictator was a judge in the Roman Republic invested with absolute power
The word is originally from the Latin word deus. This is the word for god in Latin. Deists are people who believe there is a higher power, but it is not necessarily the Christian god.
Dynamic does not derive from Latin. It comes from a Greek word, dunamis, meaning power.
The word power actually derives from the Latin for 'be able'. It has no Greek meaning.
The sun. Sol is the Latin word for sun.
"Possibility" is one of the possible translations of the Latin word potestas (also "power; ability").
It comes from an Anglo-Norman word poeir, from an alteration of the Latin word posse which means 'be able'
The word virtue comes from a Latin root meaning strength or power.
The word "with" is not a Latin word nor is it derived from a Latin word. The Latin word for "with" is cum.
mind power believe it or not! its from latin gover means power mente means mind
There is no such word in Latin; -ous is not a Latin word ending.
The Latin word for siblings is fratribus. The Latin word for sister is soror, while the Latin word for brother is frater.