Latin Phrases You Should Know


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In todays political climate, Latin phrases ae tossed around like everyone is supposed to be a Latin linguist.  Fear not.  If a politician shouts, “Quid Pro Quo”, just refer to this handy chart and you will understand that this phrase means, “This for that”.  Or how about, “Prima Facia” evidence.  Well just check the chart.  Of course it means, “On first view”.  Why they can’t just say it in good old English is beyond my comprehension.

Me, I’m good with, “Carpe Diem”, oh….sorry…. Seize the day !


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Author: Dennis Hickey

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