Everyday Latin: Latin 2 (Review)
Terms in this set (87)
throwing someone out of a window (<de - down from; fenestra - window)
everywhere (< ubique - everywhere)
someone running for office (<candidus - super white... the color of candidates' togas)
without falsity or pretending (<sine - without; cera - wax... because a statue without wax was not hiding secret faults, cracks, and broken pieces)
coordination (<dexter - right hand)
the study and collection of coins (< nummus - coin)
pertaining to money (< pecunia - money)
of or found near a river (< fluvius - river)
critically important (<quinta essentia - the "fifth element"; that which holds all other elements together)
bad, evil, unlucky (<sinister - left hand... because bad Roman omens came from the left side)
any ruler with the power/authority of Caesar; an emperor (< Caesar)
a tropical disease (< malus - bad + aēr - air... because the disease was originally thought to originate from the "bad air" of swampy regions).
sparcity, lack (< pauci -ae -a - few)
third (< tertius -a -um - third)
childish (< puer)
approval (< probus -a -um - good/honest)
beauty (< pulcher -chra -chrum - beautiful)
fat (< corpus - body)
harmful (<inimicus - enemy)
abundance (< plenus -a -um - full)
arrival, season to celebrate the arrival of the messiah (< advenīre - to arrive)
shaped like a ring (< anulus - ring)
showy (< ostendere - to show)
to remove someone from fellowship (< ostraces - pottery shards on which Greeks wrote the names of those they wanted to exile)
the opening of something (like a camera lens) (< aperīre - to open)
annō dominī (in the year of our Lord)
ante meridiem (before noon)
post meridiem (after noon)
et alia (and the other people)
et cetera (and others, and other things)
id est (that is, in other words)
exempli gratia (for example for the sake of an example)
nota bene (note well, pay close attention)
opus citatum (work cited)
post scriptum (written afterwards)
Quod Erat Demonstrandum (Which was to be proved, i.e. "I proved the preceding")
requiescat in pace (rest in peace)
sub verbo (under the word or heading, as in a dictionary)
ad libitum (for the pleasure of it)
resumé (curriculum vitae, course of life)
Deo volente (God willing)
ibidem (in the same place;< ibi = there; idem = the same)
pound (<libra - scales)
modus operandi (method of operating)
sume (take, eat)
nil per os (not by mouth)
ante cibum (before food)
bis in diem (twice per day)
m. et. n.
mane et nocte (morning and night)
hora somni (at the hour of sleep, bedtime)
per os (by mouth)
oculus dexter (right eye)
oculus sinister (left eye)
quod vide (refer to, lit. "which see")
pro tempore (temporarily, for the time being)
sine loco (without a place, no place of publication listed)
Senatus Populusque Romanus (The senate and the people of Rome)
alis volat propriis (Oregon)
"she flies with her own wings"
ad astra per aspera (Kansas)
"to the stars through the thorns"
animis opibusque parati (S. Carolina)
"prepared with our minds and resources"
audemus jura nostra defendere (Alabama)
"we dare to defend our rights"
cedant arma togae (Wyoming)
"let arms yield to the toga"
crescit eundo (N. Mexico)
"it grows as it goes"
deo gratias habeamus (Kentucky)
"let's give thanks to God"
ditat Deus (Arizona)
dum spiro spero (S. Carolina)
"while I breathe I hope"
ense petit placidam sub libertate quietem (Massachusetts)
"by the sword she seeks peace and quiet with liberty"
esse quam videri (N. Carolina)
"to be rather than to seem"
esto perpetuo (Idaho)
excelsior (New York)
imperium in imperio (Ohio)
"an empire in an empire"
si quaeris peninsulam amoenam, circumspice (Michigan)
"if you seek a pleasant peninsula, look around"
virtute et armis (Mississippi)
"by courage and arms"
labor omnia vincit (Oklahoma)
"work conquers all"
montani semper liberi (W. Virginia)
"mountain men are always free"
nil sine numine (Colorado)
"nothing without God's will"
qui transtulit sustinet (Connecticut)
"the one who brought us sustains us"
regnat populus (Arkansas)
"the people rule"
salus populi suprema lex esto (Missouri)
"the well-being of the people is the supreme law"
scuto bonae voluntatis tuae coronasti nos (Maryland)
"you have crowned us with the shield of your good will"
sic semper tyrannis (Virginia)
"thus always to tyrants"
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