Month: November 2021

Why Latin is no longer spoken?

Latin essentially “died out” with the fall of the Roman Empire, but in reality, it transformed — first into a simplified version of itself called Vulgar Latin, and then gradually into the Romance languages: Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese and Romanian. Thus, Classical Latin fell out of use. Is Latin basically Spanish? Spanish, along with others […]

What is Biblical Hebrew called?

Ancient Hebrew, also known as Biblical Hebrew or Classical Hebrew, is the original language of the Old Testament in the Christian Bible also known as the Torah or Tanakh which is the religious text of Judiasm. Is Biblical Hebrew different? This aspect of Modern Hebrew is almost exactly the same as Biblical Hebrew. Hebrew words […]

What is the Latin word of origin?

The origin of the word origin is the Latin word originem, meaning “rise, beginning, or source.” What languages have Latin origin? Romance languages, group of related languages all derived from Vulgar Latin within historical times and forming a subgroup of the Italic branch of the Indo-European language family. The major languages of the family include […]

What is the Roman word for time?

Kairos (used 86 times in the New Testament) refers to an opportune time, a “moment” or a “season” such as “harvest time”, whereas chronos (used 54 times) refers to a specific amount of time, such as a day or an hour (e.g. Acts 13:18 and 27:9). What does the Latin word time mean? Quick Summary. […]

What is the Latin for others?

The most likely answer for the clue is ALIA. We found more than 1 answers for Latin ‘Others’. What is a tiny stream? RILL. a small channel (as one formed by soil erosion) a small stream. What was the sequel to typee? What is a twice monthly tide? Recent Clues The most likely answer for […]

What are the 13 Romance languages?

The full list of Romance languages is pretty long: Aragonese, Aromanian, Asturian, Arpitan, Catalan, Corsican, Emilian, Extremaduran, Fala, French, Cajun French, Friulian, Galician, Istriot, Italian, Jèrriais, Judeo-Italian, Ladin, Ladino, Ligurian, Lombard, Minderico, Mirandese, Napoletano-Calabrese, Occitan, Picard, … What are the 5 popular Romance languages? What are 7 Romance languages? The Romance languages are a group […]

What is dark in Roman?

Latin Translation. tenebris. More Latin words for dark. tenebrae noun. What are the darkest words? Is the Latin word for black? In Latin, the word for black, ater and to darken, atere, were associated with cruelty, brutality and evil. They were the root of the English words “atrocious” and “atrocity”. Black was also the Roman […]



In this lesson, we will review some basic English grammar and cover the Latin equivalents. Parts of Speech and Grammar Latin In Latin, grammar is essential to understanding what is being said. While in English we can sometimes deduce meaning even when faced with bad grammar, Latin becomes incomprehensible if one is not meticulous about […]

Is Latin Spanish or Greek?

Latin belongs to the Romance branch (the ancestor of so many modern languages such as Spanish, Italian, French, etc.) while Greek belongs to the Hellenic branch. Here are some differences between these two very important languages: — Greek and Latin have different alphabets. Who created the Latin language? To put it briefly — about 2,700 […]

What is a famous Latin phrase?

Carpe diem, et cetera, cum laude, curriculum vitae and mea culpa are just a few of the Latin phrases still widely used today. It’s unclear whether Latin made a comeback or it has been this cool for hundreds of years. What are some badass Latin phrases? What is a Latin motto? Which Latin phrase means […]