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 185 phrases.

My day was good. My day was bad. This day was the worst. This day was the best.

The faithful soldier guarded the powerful king from the bad people.

I can play some games, but I have more work to do first.

The good man gave his beautiful wife a kiss, and with much love, he said, "I love you with all my heart."

We are the people.

My twelfth dog ran to my seventh cow in three open fields.

Although I was absent, my friends at school read through this great book without me.

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

Seth becomes very sad.

Never trust the Greeks, and beware their gifts!

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

They sailed the worst river.

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.

We know that Cornelia is a Roman girl.

Do not tell me who you are; it is better to tell the king your name.

I found my smallest object with my good friend, and I placed it in my shoe so no one can find it.

Are you the king, Julius?

I gave money to the merchant selling the roses.

Did he give you your book, Marcus?

The farmers are happy on a good year.

I love the song that my friend has made.

Do you see the large mountains, King?

Who doesn't like any bird?

Publius is more manly than Paulus.

Call your faithful husband today, my mother.

With the boy wanting to give the girl some roses, the father endured having been persuaded to allow this.

We will do great favors for him after his labor.

The son sought public office with help from his father.

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

Who is the small boy whom the larger, more powerful man is threatening? Does he need help? I will help him before the man hurts him.

"I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End," says the Lord, "who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty."

What is there to fear than fear itself?

Brutus will kill Caesar within this year.

Don't make me angry; you won't like me when I am angry.

I heard that you had wandered in the garden.

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