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Practical Latin I

Latin Phrases from Prima Latina by Leigh Lowe

Salve Hello (to One)
Salvete Hello (to many)
Magister Male Teacher
Magistra Female Teacher
Surge Stand up (to one)
Surgite Stand up (to many)
Vale Goodbye (to One)
Valete Goodbye (to many)
Discipulus student
Discipuli students
Deo Gratias Thanks be to God
Mea Culpa my fault
amicus friend
amici friends
Sedete sit down (to many)
Anno Domini In the Year of Our Lord
Veni, vidi, vici I came, I saw, I conquered.
Qus vadis? Where are you going?
alma mater nurturing mother
Stupor Mundi wonder of the world
Nunc aut numquam Now or Never
Semper Fidelis Always faithful (Marine Corps motto)
Repetite Repeat (to many)
Quid agis? How are you?
Satis bene very well
Romanus civis sum I am a citizen of Rome
E pluribus unum One out of many
Optime Excellent
Pessime Very Bad
Finis The End
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