How well do you know Latin sayings? 8 Questions.
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What does the Latin saying "Sine labore nihil" mean?
Nothing without happiness.
Nothing without work.
Nothing without love.
Nothing without wisdom.
What does the Latin Saying "Veni, vidi, vici" mean?
I think, I work, I exist.
I breathe, I live, I love.
I came, I saw, I conquered.
I saw, I took, I enjoyed.
What does the Latin Saying "Carpe Diem!" mean?
Seize the day.
The day has come.
What does the Latin Saying "Homo praesumitur bonus donec probetur malus" mean?
Man was created by God.
Humans are creators of both their luck and their unhappiness.
Man is the ruler of the animals.
One is innocent until proven guilty.
What does the Latin Saying "Cogito Ergo Sum." mean?
I think Therefore I am.
I believe Therefore I am.
I breathe Therefore I am.
I love Therefore I am.
What does the Latin Saying "Amor vincit omnia" mean?
Love will prevail.
Love keeps us alive.
Love conquers all.
Love is life.
What does the Latin Saying "Beneficium accipere libertatem est vendere" mean?
To tell a lie is to burden yourself.
To accept a favour is to sell one's freedom.
Those who demand freedom is those who will receive it.
If you fight fair you shall win.
Who said wich Latin Saying?
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"Sunt facta verbis difficiliora." -Works are harder than words
"Alea iacta Est" -The die is cast
"Carpe Diem!" - Seize the day
"Aequat omnes cinis" - Ashes makes everybody equal
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