English Phrases

Here is a list of some phrases in English with their Latin equivalents meant to showcase how the English sentence looks like in Latin.

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There are currently 184 phrases.

Milo was so tired that he slept on the road.

Through hardships to the stars

The dying old man was wanting to walk, but he could not.

The power having been seized by the son, the father lived near the city center without a care.

Publius is more manly than Paulus.

We will do great favors for him after his labor.

Will love escape me, or will I escape love?

In Italy, when madness was ruling, several senators marched into ships.

This is the eighth day to dine.

Julius reads sillier books than Maria.

Who are you?

Eucleides says that school is the best.

The happy girl whom was running toward the fountain doesn't like to sleep very often.

The queen offered the world to the soldiers.

Many sons knew that they were inheriting their parents' property.

Fabius wrote a poem a little longer than the poem of Claudius.

Knowledge can kill the strongest of men.

Happy Birthday!

I come from the great farms with my loyal friends.

Did he give you your book, Marcus?

When Claudius and Cato were consuls, the pursuing Gallians being led by Vercingetorix were repulsed by the Roman soldiers, with Caeser leading.

Which officer was in charge of the legion?

I did not give the richer girl money.

I only buy the best food for my family.

I will not grow to be much bigger.

The fierce brother has bad plans.

With him willing, all will be led.

I knowing the truth wish to give it, but that feels like a lost dream.

We ate Mom's excellently cooked food with joy.

The lucky boy finds the small (virgin) girl next to the beautiful roses.

Grain will be given to the poor citizens in the city center.

He was closing the temple for two months.

In 13 days, I will become the ninth dictator of the fifth nation, and I will with honor make peace on behalf of the second council that has twelve people in it.

I heard that you would wander in the garden.

Are you the king, Julius?

I love you. Do you love me?

The mother asked her children not to run in the garden.

I heard that you had wandered in the garden.

He sleeps more often than I.

He feels that his mother was killed.

Call your faithful husband today, my mother.

Do you think that the father ought to read books to his son?

Have a wonderful and pleasant day!

Anyone will like a house covered with ivy.

That is a rather large book which you are reading.

We did not know why he spoke sharply.

I cannot hear you.

Julius reads sillier books than Maria.

I am happier than you, but you are the most famous of us.

Don't die!

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