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Can You Translate These 12 Latin Words Using Logic?

Latin words can often be deciphered using simple logic and context clues. Do you think you can translate these 12 Latin words using only logic? It’s time to put your knowledge to the test!

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The Latin word "absum" means?
Without
Absent
Abysmal

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What does the latin word "admiratio" mean?
Guide
Wonder
Obtain

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What does the Latin word "adverto" mean?
To advertise
To admonish
To advert attention

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What does the Latin word "cariosus" translate to?
Moldy
Rotten
Cautious

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What does the Latin word "compello" translate to?
Drive together
Pull apart
Make emotional

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What does the Latin word "damno" translate to?
To hurt
To spoil
To condemn

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What does the Latin word "emiror" mean?
To obtain
To admire
To mirror

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What does the Latin word "inflammo" translate to?
To set on fire
To swell
To stir up

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What does the Latin word "lacer" translate to?
To lace
To cut
To tread

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The Latin word "lacteus" translates to what word?
Light
White
Milky

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What does the Latin word "oculus" translate to?
Eye
To hate
Envision

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What does the Latin word "prompte" translate to?
To create
To make a point
To be on time

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1
The Latin word "absum" means?
Without
Absent
Abysmal
2
What does the latin word "admiratio" mean?
Guide
Wonder
Obtain
3
What does the Latin word "adverto" mean?
To advertise
To admonish
To advert attention
4
What does the Latin word "cariosus" translate to?
Moldy
Rotten
Cautious
5
What does the Latin word "compello" translate to?
Drive together
Pull apart
Make emotional
6
What does the Latin word "damno" translate to?
To hurt
To spoil
To condemn
7
What does the Latin word "emiror" mean?
To obtain
To admire
To mirror
8
What does the Latin word "inflammo" translate to?
To set on fire
To swell
To stir up
9
What does the Latin word "lacer" translate to?
To lace
To cut
To tread
10
The Latin word "lacteus" translates to what word?
Light
White
Milky
11
What does the Latin word "oculus" translate to?
Eye
To hate
Envision
12
What does the Latin word "prompte" translate to?
To create
To make a point
To be on time

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