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Who famously declared Veni vidi vici?
It is the message that Gaius Julius Caesar addressed to the Roman
Senate over the victory of Phaenaces II of Pontus in 47 BCE and
appears in the works of Plutarch and Suetonius.
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How do you write veni vidi vici in ancient Latin?
Exactly how you wrote it-- venio means "I come" and "veni" means I came or I have come video means "I see" and "vidi" means I saw or I have seen vinco means "I conquer" and "vici" means I conquered, or I have conquered. so yeah, "veni, vidi, vidi" is how you say "I came, I saw, I conquered" in Latin.
What does veni vici dormivi mean?
This means, paraphrased, "I came, I conquered, I slept." It is a wordplay on Julius Caesar's "veni vidi vici" (I came, I saw, I conquered). There is a widely circulated version "veni vidi dormivi" (used on t-shirts) which means "I came, I saw, I slept." Another version is "veni vidi volo in domum redire" (I came, I saw, I want to go home).