"Together" and "with" are meanings of the Latin prefix con-. The prefix in question links etymologically to the preposition cum ("with"). The pronunciation will be "kon" in Church and secular Latin.
Con- and fidere are the Latin roots of the English word "confidence."Specifically, the prefix con- means "with." The infinitive fidere means "to believe in." The pronunciations will be "kohn" and "fee-deh-rey" in classical and liturgical Latin.
No. The prefix is 'con-'
Con furore in Italian is "with fury" in English.
Con abbraccio in Italian means "with (a) hug" in English.
Con anima in Italian means "with soul" in English.
D'un con in French means "of an a*s" in English.
Con una fetta... in Italian is "With a slice..." in English.
con permiso---> exscuse me
Con migliori auguri in Italian is "With best wishes" in English.
contribute or contribution
"With dog" in English is con cane in Italian.
Siamo con Dio in Italian means "We're with God" in English.