- Common Latin Phrases Used as Legal Terms: Animus Revertendi, Ipse Dixit, Liber
You may come across several Latin terms when dealing with everyday legal matters. If you're curious about their true meaning, read this article and learn how to translate a few including Animus Revertendi, Ipse Dixit, and Liber from Latin to English.
- Anno Domini, Ad Infinitum, and Aqua Pura: Translating Latin Phrases as a Grammatical Exercise
Anno Domini, ad infinitum, and aqua pura are three common Latin phrases used in English. Learn about the literal and figurative translation of each.
- A Look at Literal Latin Translations: Columbia University and the College of Mount Saint Vincent
This article compares the literal Latin to English translations of Columbia University’s and the College of Mount Saint Vincent’s Latin mottos with the official translations offered by these institutions.
- Carpe Diem and Habeas Corpus: Literal Translation of Common Latin Phrases
Carpe Diem and Habeas Corpus are two of the most common Latin phrases in English. Learn the literal translations and meanings of the Latin phrases Carpe Diem and Habeas Corpus.
- A Review of Rosetta Stone Latin Level 1: An Opportunity for Immersion
Among Rosetta Stone’s many language offerings, Latin Level 1 offers student a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in a language that has not been spoken natively for centuries.
- Translating Latin Adverbs into English
Although Latin and English adverbs function similarly, each language has its own quirks and complications that make translation from one language to the other difficult for the Latin student. Learn how to recognize, form, and translate Latin adverbs.
- Translating Latin Legal Terms: Animus Nocendi and Cadit Quaestio
The legal profession is filled with Latin terms and phrases. Learn the meaning behind the Latin legal phrases Animus Nocendi and Cadit Quaestio.
- Translating Arguendo and Bona Fide from Latin to English
Some Latin phrases lose their literal meaning over centuries of use, while some do not. Arguendo and Bona Fide give an example of each.
- Learn All About Latin Prepositions and Prepositional Phrases
Although prepositions function similarly in English and Latin, translating them from one language to another requires more information than the English speaker is used to.
- A Look at Common Latin Phrases Found in English: Modus Operandi, Deus ex Machina, and Curriculum Vitae
Some Latin phrases are so common in English that they come directly into our language without alteration in spelling or meaning.
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