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Can you guess the correct Latin translation for each of these English words?
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Quiz by Berney
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Last updated: December 29, 2022
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First submittedDecember 29, 2022
Times taken19,518
Average score80.0%
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Water
Earth
Hundred
What
Blue
Therefore
Queen
Believe
This
Voice
Sea
Teacher
Above
House
Greedy
Slowly
Wolf
Truth
Mother
Always
Aqua
Avarus
Caeruleum
Centum
Credo
Domus
Ergo
Hoc
Lente
Lupus
Magister
Mare
Mater
Quid
Regina
Semper
Supra
Terra
Veritas
Vox
24 Comments
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Level 44
May 3, 2023
18/20 I only speak french and spanish for romance languages
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Level 34
Jul 15, 2024
actually, latin is not a romance language. off the top of my head(trust me) latin is actualy the language from which romance languages are derived from which is latin. so, i think youre wrong as romance lanaguges MAY help with latin, but in fact, they are not so and are actually in fact separate. thanks.
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Level 36
Feb 18, 2024
19/20 54% were same or less. I'm sad because I had Latin at school.
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Level 47
Apr 8, 2024
Never learnt Latin, but reading Asterix and taking French and Spanish helped. 20/20
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Level 56
Jul 8, 2024
singularis porcus wasn't there............
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Level 81
Jun 28, 2024
It’s pretty interesting that you can do well on this quiz even if you mostly just know English.
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Level 59
Jun 28, 2024
Nice!
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Level 77
Jun 28, 2024
Well.....my 9th and 10th grade Latin classes finally came in handy. I'm surprised I remembered all that stuff.
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Level 73
Jun 30, 2024
ditto
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Level 85
Jun 28, 2024
I didn't expect to ace that one. I've never seen most of those words, but I could see the connection between avarus and avarice, domus and domicile, caeruleum and cerulean, supra and super. I've heard of "semper fi", "ad hoc", "quid pro quo". I know vox from Apollo 13. I was able to guess most of them from life experience, and deduce the rest through the process of elimination.
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Level 69
Jun 28, 2024
Easy as a Spaniard, even though never learnt Latin.

Great quiz!

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Level 59
Jun 28, 2024
Native in Cantonese, fluent in English. Learnt basic Spanish but never Latin. Still got 17 marks. Nice quiz.
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Level 66
Jun 29, 2024
20/20. Easy as I am a native French speaker (and I also learnt Latin when I was younger). Maybe there'll be (or there's alreaudy on the site) another quizz with a higher level of difficulty. Would be interesting to take :)
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Level 21
Jun 29, 2024
I'm italian, I don't know latin but this words in italian are very similiar. It was very easy
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Level 54
Jun 29, 2024
Excellent! Easy as a French taker as well.
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Level 81
Jul 1, 2024
Speaking Spanish helped with this one.
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Level 34
Jul 15, 2024
does that mean english is a romacne langauge?
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Level 73
Jul 6, 2024
"ROMANES EUNT DOMUS"???

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIAdHEwiAy8

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Level 81
Jul 9, 2024
People called Romanes they go the house?
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Level 46
Jul 6, 2024
1 try as an Italian and I didn't even study latin
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Level 65
Jul 6, 2024
It's pretty cool how you can figure out the meaning of some Latin words using just logic without actually knowing the language. Wanna try it with whole phrases?

English Cliches in Latin

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Level 47
Jul 6, 2024
7/20, I only know these from famous quotes or famous names or scientific terms.
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Level 66
Jul 7, 2024
I assumed Quid Pro Quo meant "This for That" - my only mistake X)
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Level 67
Jul 7, 2024
Funny to see that lente is a word for slowly....though by the time it is Lente (our word for Spring) in the Netherlands I finally get active again. :P