literally "Your mother". A derivation of yo mamma
, used as a joke insult for any occasion. It doesn't have to make any sense at all and can be part of a phrase. Often used in a sexual context.
Bob: What'd you do last night?
Bill: Your Mother.
Bob: What did you think of that movie?
Bill: Your Mother
Bob: I'm getting tired of this.
Bill: Your Mother didn't get tired last night.
Concise, eloquent, exact. The language of poets.
As opposed to common belief, not a dead language, but still exerting great linguistic influence over modern languages and actively used in, not only the field of academia such as medicine and taxonomy, but also legal circles and the republic of Vatican. Latin is playfully utilized in contemporary art, e.g. in translating children's classics or in the lyrics of such artists as for example Enigma.
Valid reasons for encouraging the teaching of Latin in schools: Latin develops analytical and linguistic abilities and provides insight into the roots of modern Western culture.
Gaius Valerius Catullus:
Odi et amo. Quare id faciam, fortasse requiris. Nescio, sed fieri sentio, et excrucior.
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