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Latin Review. Phrases and Root Words. Ab ovo usque ad mala. Literal meaning: from eggs to apples Common meaning: from the beginning to the end Etymology : Roman dinners usually included many courses beginning with boiled eggs and ending with fruit. Ab initio.

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Latin Review

Phrases and Root Words

ab ovo usque ad mala
Abovousque ad mala

Literal meaning: from eggs to apples

Common meaning: from the beginning to the end

Etymology: Roman dinners usually included many courses beginning with boiled eggs and ending with fruit.

ab initio
Ab initio

Literal and common meaning: the beginning

from initial meaning the beginning

ad hominem
Ad hominem

Literal meaning: to the man

Common meaning: personal

Etymology: Instead of focusing on issues, politicians in ancient Rome often made personal attacks on their rivals during speeches.

ad hoc
Ad hoc

Literal meaning: to this

Common meaning: for this

ad infinitum
Ad infinitum

Literal meaning: to the infinite

Common meaning: endlessly

Etymology: in-without + finis-end

ad nauseam
Ad nauseam

Literal meaning: to seasickness

Common meaning: to the point of disgust

ad libitum
Ad libitum

Literal meaning: at pleasure

Common meaning: without preparation

alibi
Alibi

Literal meaning: at elsewhere

Common meaning: defense of being elsewhere when a crime was committed

Etymology: alius, “other” + ibi, “there, in that place

alma mater
Alma Mater

Literal meaning: Nourishing mother

Common meaning: school or college attended

Etymology: Alma Mater is a title the Romans gave to schools because they were to nurture students with food and thought.

latin root words
Latin Root Words

Sonus

Video

Verbum

Nomen

Pro

sonus
Sonus

Sound

verbum
Verbum

Word

nomen
Nomen

Name

slide16
Pro

For or before

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Prae

Before