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PALABRAS LATINAS Y FRASES MÀS USADAS, EN INGLÈS

 

FRASES Y  PALABRAS EN LATÌN MÀS USADAS, EN INGLÈS

The signs of the Zodiac (Aries, Leo, Taurus, Cancer, and so on) are Latin words.

The names of the planets (Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and so on) are Roman gods and goddesses.

super
"above"
circus
"circle"
recipe
"take"
agenda
things that have to be done
ultimatum
"the last thing"
versus
against (often abbreviated "vs.

alma mater
"foster mother" (refers to the university you attended)
laude
"with praise"
magna
"with greatest praise"
B.A., M.A., B.Sc.,LL.D., M.D., Ph.D.
"Baccalaureus Artium," "Magister Artium," "Baccalaureus Scientiae," "Legum Doctor," "Medicinae Doctor," "Philosophia Doctor"
alumnus, alumni
male graduate(s)
alumna, alumnae
female graduate(s)
tabula rasa
"empty blackboard" - the theory that you can teach a child to be anything that you want them to be

habeas corpus
"thou shalt have the body" (A writ of habeas corpus is a legal document making it mandatory that an accused person be told in court the reason for his detention).
pro bono (publico)
"for the public good," used as an adjective to describe work that a lawyer does for free
mens rea
"guilty mind" or "criminal mind"
bona fide
"with good faith or honesty"
subpoena
"under penalty or punishment." A subpoena is a writ ordering a person to appear in court, or else!
persona non grata
"an unacceptable or unwelcome person"
in camera
"in the room." If you see a judge in camera, you see him in a private meeting.

addendum/addenda
"thing(s) changed" (a supplement to a book)
exempli gratia
"------------- examples" (often abbreviated "e.g."
id est
"It is" (often abbreviated "i.e."
nota bene
"Note well" (often abbreviated "N.B." is used in writing to draw attention to something especially.
post scriptum
"After the writing" (often abbreviated "P.S.

plus
"more"
minus
"less"
percent
"by hundreds"
quod erat demonstrandum
"that which was to be demonstrated" (the abbreviation "Q.E.D." is written at the bottom of a mathematical, logical, or geometrical proof)
non sequitur
"it does not follow"
ad hominem
"to the man." An ad hominem argument is one that criticizes a person instead of what he says.

post mortem
"after the death"
id
"it," is a word used to describe a person's unconscious desires
ego
"I," is a word used to describe a person's conscious self
superego
"above the ego," is a word used to describe a person's conscience
libido
"lust"
persona
"mask," is a word used to describe the personality that you show to others

Anno Domini
"Year of the Lord, or year since Christ's birth" (often abbreviated "A.D."
ante bellum
before the war, refers to a culture or period of time, usually the U.S. Civil War
ante meridiem
"before noon" (often abbreviated "a.m."
post meridiem
"after noon" (often abbreviated "p.m."
circa
"About or approximately" (often abbreviated "c.", often used with dates.

rara avis
"a rare bird"
sui generis
"alone of its kind"
terra firma
firm land
terra incognita
unknown land
ad nauseum
"to the point of nausea or disgust"
requiescat in pace
"Rest in Peace" (often abbreviated "R.I.P."
vox populi, vox dei
"The voice of the people, the voice of god."
ad infinitum
"to infinity, with no limit"
vice versa
"changed and turned, turned about"
per ardua ad astra
"through hardship to the stars"
per capita
"by heads"
in toto
"completely"
ex libris
"from the library of"
carpe diem
"seize the opportunity"
E Pluribus Unum
"one from many" (motto of the United States)
veni, vidi, vici
"I came, I saw, I conquered"
in medias res
"In the middle of things." Stories often begin in medias res - in an exciting spot, instead of at the beginning.
mea culpa
"the blame is mine"
in vino veritas
"The truth is in wine."
lingua franca
a language used for business purposes
posse
a group of people who come together to catch and punish a criminal
genius
a spirit
ad hoc
informal, or created quickly
deus ex machina
"the god out of the machine," is an unbelievable happy ending to a story

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FRASES Y  PALABRAS EN LATÌN MÀS USADAS, EN INGLÈS

The signs of the Zodiac (Aries, Leo, Taurus, Cancer, and so on) are Latin words.

The names of the planets (Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and so on) are Roman gods and goddesses.

super
"above"
circus
"circle"
recipe
"take"
agenda
things that have to be done
ultimatum
"the last thing"
versus
against (often abbreviated "vs.

alma mater
"foster mother" (refers to the university you attended)
laude
"with praise"
magna
"with greatest praise"
B.A., M.A., B.Sc.,LL.D., M.D., Ph.D.
"Baccalaureus Artium," "Magister Artium," "Baccalaureus Scientiae," "Legum Doctor," "Medicinae Doctor," "Philosophia Doctor"
alumnus, alumni
male graduate(s)
alumna, alumnae
female graduate(s)
tabula rasa
"empty blackboard" - the theory that you can teach a child to be anything that you want them to be

habeas corpus
"thou shalt have the body" (A writ of habeas corpus is a legal document making it mandatory that an accused person be told in court the reason for his detention).
pro bono (publico)
"for the public good," used as an adjective to describe work that a lawyer does for free
mens rea
"guilty mind" or "criminal mind"
bona fide
"with good faith or honesty"
subpoena
"under penalty or punishment." A subpoena is a writ ordering a person to appear in court, or else!
persona non grata
"an unacceptable or unwelcome person"
in camera
"in the room." If you see a judge in camera, you see him in a private meeting.

addendum/addenda
"thing(s) changed" (a supplement to a book)
exempli gratia
"------------- examples" (often abbreviated "e.g."
id est
"It is" (often abbreviated "i.e."
nota bene
"Note well" (often abbreviated "N.B." is used in writing to draw attention to something especially.
post scriptum
"After the writing" (often abbreviated "P.S.

plus
"more"
minus
"less"
percent
"by hundreds"
quod erat demonstrandum
"that which was to be demonstrated" (the abbreviation "Q.E.D." is written at the bottom of a mathematical, logical, or geometrical proof)
non sequitur
"it does not follow"
ad hominem
"to the man." An ad hominem argument is one that criticizes a person instead of what he says.

post mortem
"after the death"
id
"it," is a word used to describe a person's unconscious desires
ego
"I," is a word used to describe a person's conscious self
superego
"above the ego," is a word used to describe a person's conscience
libido
"lust"
persona
"mask," is a word used to describe the personality that you show to others

Anno Domini
"Year of the Lord, or year since Christ's birth" (often abbreviated "A.D."
ante bellum
before the war, refers to a culture or period of time, usually the U.S. Civil War
ante meridiem
"before noon" (often abbreviated "a.m."
post meridiem
"after noon" (often abbreviated "p.m."
circa
"About or approximately" (often abbreviated "c.", often used with dates.

rara avis
"a rare bird"
sui generis
"alone of its kind"
terra firma
firm land
terra incognita
unknown land
ad nauseum
"to the point of nausea or disgust"
requiescat in pace
"Rest in Peace" (often abbreviated "R.I.P."
vox populi, vox dei
"The voice of the people, the voice of god."
ad infinitum
"to infinity, with no limit"
vice versa
"changed and turned, turned about"
per ardua ad astra
"through hardship to the stars"
per capita
"by heads"
in toto
"completely"
ex libris
"from the library of"
carpe diem
"seize the opportunity"
E Pluribus Unum
"one from many" (motto of the United States)
veni, vidi, vici
"I came, I saw, I conquered"
in medias res
"In the middle of things." Stories often begin in medias res - in an exciting spot, instead of at the beginning.
mea culpa
"the blame is mine"
in vino veritas
"The truth is in wine."
lingua franca
a language used for business purposes
posse
a group of people who come together to catch and punish a criminal
genius
a spirit
ad hoc
informal, or created quickly
deus ex machina
"the god out of the machine," is an unbelievable happy ending to a story




Muy bueno.....mas bien estupendo!.....
Bella semana!:cara_yes:
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veni, vidi, vici
"I came, I saw, I conquered"

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Re: PALABRAS LATINAS Y FRASES MÀS USADAS, EN INGLÈS

Muy interesante, gracias por traerlo :cara_yes:
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philantropica
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Re: PALABRAS LATINAS Y FRASES MÀS USADAS, EN INGLÈS

:Beethoven en su delirar, levantó en alto el puño derecho y exclamó “Plaudite amici, comedia finita est”.
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Plaudite amici, comedia finita est

Beethoven en su delirar antes de mori, levantó en alto el puño derecho y exclamó “Plaudite amici, comedia finita est”

¿alguien me podrìa traducirlo al español?

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Re: Plaudite amici, comedia finita est

Fila eso es latin, creo es algo asi :

"Aplausos amigos, la comedia esta terminando"

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Hola Andresito, parece que asì dijera ¿verdad? sòlo que he mirado que est es pasado de edo y edo quiere decir algo asì como dramatizar o actuar etc y èsto me ocnfundiò... voy a seguir buscando....

gracias amigo

Fila

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Re: Plaudite amici, comedia finita est

AMICI

:cara_yes: