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2 8th Latin List 7

Foreign PhraseEnglish Equivalent
Nectar the drink of the Roman and Greek gods; sweet liquid given off by plants
Ex post facto after the fact; literally from a thing done afterwards
Regimen control; steering; direction; a regular course of treatment
Ad nauseum to a nauseating, ridiculous, or disgusting degree
Caveat a formal notice filed with a court requesting postponement of proceedings
Modicum small or moderate amount
Gratis out of kindness, without charge
Ambrosia food of the gods, said to impart immortality; something with an especially delightful flavor or fragrance
Optimum the best or most advantageous condition, degree, or amount; most favorable conditions for growth and reproduction
Gypsum a white mineral used to make plaster of Paris and plasterboard
Crux a crucial or vital moment (turning point); the basic essential, or central feature – puzzling problem
Aurora the goddess of dawn; the dawn
Created by: 4bass