There is no direct equivalent for "no" in Latin. Usually the verb is repeated with the negative particle non in front of it:-Visne cenare? -Non volo-"Do you want to eat dinner?" -"I do not want".The adverb minime ("not at all") can also be used:-Visne cenare? -Minime-"Do you want to eat dinner?" -"Not at all".For "no" meaning "not any" (e.g. "There is no reason . . .") use the adjective nullus, -a, -um.
Ultimus at non minime. Ultimus: Last At: but Non: no Minime: superlative of parum; very little, insufficient.
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Yes in latin is Ita vero! No in latin is Minime!
When you ask the Latin word for false I assume you mean the word "no". In Latin the word "no" is "minime".