Gift of God.
El corazón del mar. (Someone wrote this, and though Spanish is modern Latin, in classic Latin, it could be: cor maris, maris cor; centrus maris, maris centrus)
"Watashitachi no kyoushitsu e youkoso"
Watashitachi - Our
Kyoushitsu - Classroom
e - To
Youkoso - Welcome
This will depends on what kind of personality he have. Most men can not handle bad news or being rejected by someone he loves. But in scale of 1- 10, I think only 25% of men do feel insecure.
Unfortunately, that is for you -- everyone that ever has and ever will lay eyes on me, with or without invitation -- to decide. I will surely spend a great deal of my life and energy and money attempting to convince you and, in turn, myself that I am. ~8 out of 10
We all have cartilaginous discs that separate the spinal bones, or vertebraes, from each other. These discs allow for movement within the spine. Each disc has a fibrous outside, called the annulus fibrosus, and a liquid center, called the nucleus pulposus. Think of a disc as a jelly donut. The jelly is the nucleus and the donut is the annulus. If the fibers of the inner annulus tear, the jelly nucleus, which is tightly held in the center, follows the path of least resistance and pushes towards the wall of the annulus. When this happens, the wall of the annulus is warped and appears to bulge or protrude. This is known as a protruding annulus or ,in other words, a bulging disc. If the annulus continues to weaken and tear, the nucleus has potential to eject from the disc. The annulus will no longer be bulging, as the wall has opened and the jelly nucleus has squeezed out or herniated. This now constitutes a herniated disc.
"Cerebellum", a diminutive form of the Latin word cerebrum.
The act of breatfeeding is translated " l'allaitement " in French. To breastfeed is "donner le sein" ou "allaiter".
You can also hear the euphemistic "nourrir (son bÃ©bÃ©)" (to feed one's baby)
"Est-ce que tu le nourris ?" or "est-ce que tu lui donnes le sein ?" or "est-ce que tu l'allaites ?" all have the same meaning of "are you breastfeeding him ?"
There is no such goddess.
However, it might interest you to know that the word angel comes from Greek and means "messenger".
Hermes, was the Olympian messenger god, with Ithax or Ithas as the Titan messenger god.
Arke was the Titan goddess of messengers, and her sister was Iris - a rainbow and messenger goddess who later served Hera.
Angelia, daughter of Hermes, was also a goddess of messages.
The French used "a common Latin origin" to justify their temporary occupation of Mexico. Napoleon III placed Maximilian Habsburg on the throne as Emperor of Mexico with the justification that both France and Iberia had been settled by Latins, and that a common ancestry gave the French the right to intercede on behalf of Mexican politics.
Of course, the Mexican people had the Emperor killed as soon as they could, so.
Mestizos are descended from Europeans, frequently Spanish, and indigenous peoples of Latin America
Often referred to as umu kuka. Kuka is redundant however it is a samoanized form of the english word cook. So umu kuka is a cooking oven.
Buckeye, after the mascot of the Ohio State University. Also called Ohioknights.
Kansans A person from Kansas is called a Kansan.
Or a Jayhawk
Not who, but what
Mand means order
examples: demand, recommend, mandate, remand,
XXI) viginti (et) unus
XXII) viginti (et) duo
XXIII) viginti (et) tres
XXIV) viginti (et) quuatuor
XXV) viginti (et) quinque
XXVI) viginti (et) sex
XXVII) viginti (et) septem
XXVIII) viginti (et) octo
XXIX) viginti (et) novem
XXXI) triginta (et) unus
XXXII) triginta (et) duo
XXXIII) triginta (et) tres
XXXIV) triginta (et) quuatuor
XXXV) triginta (et) quinque
XXXVI) triginta (et) sex
XXXVII) triginta (et) septem
XXXVIII) triginta (et) octo
XXXIX) triginta (et) novem
*Unus, Duo and Tres all decline normally, Unus only in singular forms, Duo and Tres only in Plural forms.
*None of the other numbers decline.
*Using "et" to connect numbers is optional
*These are only the first 40 Cardinal numbers, Ordinals are different.
Mute,dumb or aphasic.
Life goes on would be "Vita progreditur," I think.
Are you sure you want Latin and not French?
Yes? Oh well, "C'est la vie" (okay, that's literally 'such is life', but it's a good loose translation).
The gesture of respect by a man is to "bow" or to kneel, and for the woman is a "curtsy" (or curtsey, as in courtesy).
The English phrase or idea of "never ending" translates into a single Latin word. That word is the Latin "perpetuus".
There are actually several Latin translations for the English "success". The nouns "successus" (successful result), "prosperitas" (prosperity), and "secundum" (lucky achievement) are three possibilities.
parilis, or par mean "equal".
fero- i transport ferre- to transport