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Common Latin Terms

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Latin TermEnglish Equivalent
A priori From what comes before.
Vice versa The other way around.
Caveat emptor Let the buyer beware.
Quid pro quo Something for something, i.e. a favor for a favor.
Status quo The current state of affairs.
Ipso facto By that very fact.
E Pluribus Unum One from many.
Ad nauseam To a sickening extent.
Ad infinitum Without limit - endlessly.
Ad hoc For this purpose.
Mea culpa My fault.
Alter ego Other (alternative) self.
Annus horribilis A horrible year.
Created by: skurdoo