Category: Latin Grammar

What is unique in Latin?

unique (adj.) 1600, “single, solitary,” from French unique (16c.), from Latin unicus “only, single, sole, alone of its kind,” from unus “one” (from PIE root *oi-no- “one, unique”). How do you say real in Latin? Borrowed from Late Latin reālis (“real, actual”), from Latin rēs (“matter, thing”). What does original mean in Spanish? adjective. 1. […]

What is the word for that is in Latin?

What Latin word means that is in Latin? That is, in Latin 5 letter words idest. What Latin phrase means so on? et cetera (etc., &c.) In modern usage, used to mean “and so on” or “and more”. Who is the mother of Helios? Helios is the son of Hyperion and Theia, or Euryphaessa, or […]

What is the best dictionary online?

Dictionary by Merriam-Webster: America’s most-trusted online dictionary. Which is the best free dictionary? Where can I read a dictionary online? BROWSE DICTIONARY.COM Dictionary.com is the world’s leading online source for definitions, word origins, and a whole lot more. From Word of the Day to the stories behind today’s slang, Dictionary.com unlocks the secrets of the […]

O que é varro?

1. Limpar com vassoura. 3. Dispersar, pôr em fuga. Como se escreve a palavra varro? Varro vem do verbo varrer. O mesmo que: expulso, afugento. O que e a gíria VAR? indisciplinar amotinar revoltar var video assistant referee árbitro de vídeo assistente mais… O que significa o nome varão? Varão é o mesmo que homem […]

Which dictionary is the most popular?

Dictionary by Merriam-Webster: America’s most-trusted online dictionary. Which is the best dictionary to buy? Is Collins or Oxford Dictionary better? The attraction of the Oxford Dictionary of English is that it has a good selection of proper nouns, though not as many as the old Collins, and has a clearer presentation of words and phrases […]

Who speaks Latin today?

It’s true that there are no native Latin speakers today – although it’s worth noting that Latin is still the official language of Vatican City. Did Romans actually speak Latin? Latin was used throughout the Roman Empire, but it shared space with a host of other languages and dialects, including Greek, Oscan and Etruscan, which […]

Why do you say speak of the devil?

The term is a shortened version of the phrase, Speak of the Devil and he will appear. This proverb appears in England during the Middle Ages as an admonition against the danger of uttering the name of the Devil, Satan or Lucifer. Is Speak of the Devil offensive? As this saying compares a person to […]

Co znaczą słowa alea iacta est?

Słowa te, zapisane przez Swetoniusza, miał wypowiedzieć Juliusz Cezar ponad dwa tysiące lat temu, gdy 10 stycznia 49 p.n.e. na czele swojej armii przekroczył rzekę Rubikon, rozpoczynając wojnę domową w republice rzymskiej. Ile iacta est? Znaczenie. Obecnie zwrot ten oznacza podjęcie nieodwołalnej decyzji, tak jak gracz w kości, który, gdy rzuci kośćmi, nie ma już […]

What is the meaning of differencing?

1a : the quality or state of being dissimilar or different the difference between right and wrong. b : an instance of being unlike or distinct in nature, form, or quality noted the differences in color and texture. c archaic : a characteristic that distinguishes one from another or from the average … What are […]

What is the grammatical structure of Latin?

But, although Latin word order can be very flexible, typical Latin word order generally follows the pattern Subject- Object-Verb (SOV). English word order is Subject-Verb-Object (SVO). For instance: S V O English – The boy sees the dog. Is Latin grammar like English? Since English is not derived from Latin, and has a very different […]