Quiz: Do You Know What These Latin Words Mean In English?

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Carpe diem!

If you know Latin or are familiar with most Latin phrases, then you need to take this quiz and put that knowledge to the test!

 May 18, 2018
1 of 18Pick the correct answer!
Felix culpa
I'm sorry
Happy fault
Take it or leave it
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Carpe diem!
Seize the day
Let's eat
Go forth and prosper
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Ad hoc
At the man
To this
For example
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Bone fide
Good faith
Good riddance
Good luck
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Semper fidelis
Always faithful
It doesn't matter
Are you sure?
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Corpus
Body
Cross
Blood
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Cum laude
With money
With honor
With pride
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Ex libris
Faith
From the books
Liberty
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Homo sapien
Without man
Human
Homosexual
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In vitro
Vitamins
With water
In glass
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In toto
Incomplete
Total
Dog
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Magnum opus
Great work
Total wreck
Transformative
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Non sequiter
Time heals all wounds
It does not follow
Another possibility
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Per diem
Per month
Per year
Per day
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Pro bono
For free
U2 fan
For the love of God
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Quid pro quo
This for that
It is within
After the fact
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Status quo
The way things are
The exception to the rule
Above all else
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Veto
I second the motion
I support
I forbid
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Latin is a classical language used in ancient Rome. Although it's primarily considered a 'dead language,' its presence in scholarship and administration is widely evident. Have you ever heard of the phrase, 'Carpe diem'? Well, that's latin! It means seize the day or seize the opportunity. If you're considering a career in law or politics, you've gotta know latin. Have you ever heard of a President's right to veto a law? Veto is latin for I forbid. During graduation, cum laude and summa cum laude are latin words too! If you're familiar with latin phrases, why don't you put your knowledge to the test with this quiz? Take it now, and see if you can ace it!