Latin/Spoken/Revision 1

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Standard Pleasantries[edit]

Latin English Spanish
Salve! Hello! iHola!
Salvete! Hello all! ¡Hola todos ustedes!
Vale! Goodbye! ¡Adios!/¡Hasta Luego!
Valete! Goodbye all
Quid agis? How are you? ¡Que tal Usted?/tu?
Valeo. I am well. Estoy bien.
Et tu? And you? ¿Y tu?
Gratias <tibi> ago Thank you (singular)
Gratias <vobis> ago Thank you (plural)

Getting Acquainted[edit]

Latin English
Quid nōmen tibi est? What is your name?
Nōmen mihi Iulius est. My name is Julius.
Unde venīs/vēnistī? Where did you come from?
Ubi habitās? Where do you live?
Habitō in domiciliō/casā. I live in a house.
Tūne Paula es? Aren't you Paula?
Nōn Paula, sed Paulae filia, Maria sum. Not Paula, but I am Paula's daughter, Maria.
Et tū, quis es? And you, who are you?
Sum Paulus. I am Paul.
Esne (tū) marītus an caelebs? Are (you) married or single?
Marītus (ego) sum. Habeō uxōrem. (I) am (a) married (man). I have a wife.
Quid nōmen est uxōrī? What is the name of the wife?
Nōmen uxorī est Sophia. The name of the wife is Sophia.

Miscellaneous[edit]

Latin English
Quot annos habēs? How old are you?
Ubi vīvis? Where do you live?
Quot habēs frātrēs et sorōrēs? How many brothers and sisters do you have?
Sīc/Ita/Ita vērō. Yes
Nōn ita/Minimē. No.
Fortasse. Maybe.
Quid agis hodiē? How are you today?
Bene, gratiās. Fine, thank you.
Nonne Paula es? Aren't you Paula?
Nōn Paula, sed Paulae filia, Maria sum. Not Paula, but I am Paula's daughter, Maria.
Et tū, quis es? And you, who are you?
Ubi est valētūdinārium/nosocomīum? Where is the hospital?
Admodum bene, haud ita multum valeō. [oxymoronic]
Ubi sunt loca sēcrēta? Where is the bathroom?
Vidi mulierem exeuntem e statione ferroviaria. I saw the girl leaving the station.
Puella defessa in agro sedet. The tired girl is sitting in the field.
Ibit crastine. He will go tommorrow.
Eum sapientem esse credo. I believe him to be wise.
Ubi sumus? Where are we?
Esne Maria? Are you Maria?
Non Maria, sed filia Mariae, Julia sum. I am not Maria but Maria's daughter, July.
Cur in terra iaces? Why are you lying on the ground?
Ex equo cecidi. I fell off my horse.
Vini avidus sum. I am thirsty for wine.
Fortasse, velis venire mecum? Maybe you would like to come with me?
Crastine, ibit ad oppidum. Tomorrow, he will go to town.
Domina/Domine, potesne mihi succurrere? Ma'am/Sir, can you help me?
Quis crimina in eum intulit? Who brought charges against him?
Latrocinium modo factum est. A robbery just took place.
Tunc modo volebat edere. At that time, he just wanted to eat.
Bonam natalitiam. Happy birthday.
Lupus non est. It's not lupus.
Lupus nunquam est. It's never lupus.
Ita, Recte, Sic = Sí
Non, Minime, Immo = No
Gratias = Gracias
Gratias multas = Muchas gracias
Salutatio = De nada
Sis, Quaeso = Por favor
Me excusa , Ignosce mihi = Discúlpeme
Salve, Salvete, Ave = Hola
Vale, Valete = Adiós
Ave = Hasta luego
Salve = Buenos días
Salve = Buenas tardes
Salve = Buenas noches
Bonam natalitiam = Feliz cumpleaños
Non intellego. = No entiendo
Quomodo [Hispanice] hoc dicitur? = ¿Cómo se dice esto en [Español]?
Quid [Hispanice]hoc significat? = ¿Que significa esto en [Español]?
Loquerisne ... = Habla usted ...
Iaponice =japonés
Anglice = inglés
Francogallice = francés
Germanice = alemán
Hispanice = español
Siniace = chino
Ego = Yo
Nos = Nosotros
Tu = Tú, Usted
Vos = Ustedes, Vosotros
Ei, Eae = Ellos, Ellas
Quid nomen tibi est? = ¿Cómo se llama usted? ¿Cuál es su nombre?
Suave est tibi occurere. Suave te cognoscere est. = Encantado de conocerle.
Quid agis? Quomodo vales? Quomodo te habes? = ¿Cómo estás? ¿Qué pasa?
Cura et optime valeas = Cuidate y que te vaya muy bien
Bene = Bien
Male = Mal
Admodum bene, Haud ita multum valeo = Más o menos, Así así
Uxor = la esposa, la mujer
Maritus = el esposo, el marido
Filia = la hija
Filius = el hijo
Mater = la madre
Pater = el padre
Amicus, Amica = el amigo, la amiga
Ubi sunt loca secreta? Ubi est conclave necessarium? = ¿Dónde está el baño?