1. n- the language that was spoken by the ancient Romans. Although it is no longer spoken, it is taught at schools and is still used in churches.
2. adj- word meaning "from south or central America". This word, however, does not describe them since technically, Spaniards, French people, Italians, and Portuguese people are all "Latin" too.
1. Sancta Maria, succure miseris juva pusillanimes refove flebiles. Ora pro populo interveni pro clero intercede pro devoto femineo sexu. Sentiant omnes tuum juvamen quicumque tuum sanctum implorant auxilium. Alleluja! (from Feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary)
2. Many Europeans are Latino also, even though it only refers to Spanish-speaking people.
the language of ancient Rome and the Roman Empire
A language only sexy people can now speak. Made the object of constant bitching by fucktards who take Latin only to discover that they can't figure out what a grammatical case is if their life depended on it, as they have shit-for-brains.
Fun with Latin (common sayings):
1) Futue te.
("Go fuck yourself.")
2) Nocte te tangis.
("You touch yourself at night.")
3) Lingua latina bona est.
("Latin is da fuckin' shitz0rz.")
4) Avis in caput magnum futuens tuum cacet.
("May a bird shit on your fucking big head.")
The primary language of the Ancient Romans. Most retards will say "Oh Latin is so boring", or, "Only nerds and geeks learn Latin". Well, they're wrong. Latin is an amazing language and learning the language can teach you more than speaking it. Many Latin words form the words we use today, making our English grammar much better. Don't like Latin? Futue tu...
Retard: "Latin is for geeks".
Smart guy: "No it's not retard, Latin is awesome".
The language of the ancient Romans that is the mother of Italian, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Romanian. People think it's an easy language to learn and succeed because no one really speaks it. WRONG. Most people can't differentiate between a case and a declension, let alone understand all verb conjugations. So therefore, only intelligent, sexy people can speak it.
I like Latin. It took me a while to figure out how to say these:
Futue te ipsum.
Fella mea mentula!
(Suck my dick!)
Tune futuere egeis?
Tu quam pepedisti oleis!
(You smell like you farted!)
A language which, in being both dead alive, can be likened to a vampire. Yet another similarity with that group, is that as Vampires suck the life from unsuspecting victims, so too does this language. Steer Clear; if you hear the words declension, double dative, or ablative of means, a latin vampire attack may be near.
-I used to have a 4.0. Then I took Latin.
-I used to have a soul, then I took Latin
The language spoken by ancient Romans at the age of the Roman Empire and then spoken as official and literate's language in Italy until 1700 ca. It represents the basement of most modern european languages such as Italian, Spanish, French, Portuguese and Romanian. 80% of english words have derivated from Latin Language (ex. imput, virus, ave, pirate etc.). It is still studied in Italy in some high schools called "Liceo (Classico, Scientifico, Linguistico)". Latin morphology might be difficult to an unexpert eye, but it is quite simple and schematic :very substanctive has a declension, which is a group of similar words, and every declension has got 6 cases which express grammatical functions such as subject and complements. It is a really nice and fascinating language, though it is quite difficult to many.
"Carpe Diem" - Seize the day, seize the moment
"Roma caput mundi" - Rome is
the head of the world
"Habemus papam!" - We have a pope!
"Cogito, ergo sum" - I think, therefore I am
"Romae gloria aeterna est" - The glory of Rome is evergreen ('Of Rome the glory evergreen is' in the latin syntax)
Latin is a language that was originally the chief language of the Roman Empire. While it shares many etymological similarities with ancient Greek, it is a much more rigidly-structured language as a result of the more military nature of Roman society. Citizens of Rome (both native and naturalized) were expected to speak Latin; not to was a sign of barbarism. Nowadays, other than linguists, the only major two groups that use Latin are the Catholic Church and scientists (usually biologists). Unfortunately, this has given Latin an unfair image as a language of stuffy intellectuals. This is compounded by the fact that most Latin education programs teach the G-rated version of Latin (i.e. the version without any curses or real Roman history), despite the fact that Latin contains some awesome curses. Some of those are included below.
Claude os tuum, vel tu claudam. - Shut up, or I will shut you up
Mens tuum est similis bombulis infanti. - Your mind is like a farting infant.
Siste loquens! Nobis stultior facis! - Stop speaking! You are making me more stupid!
Volo te claude. - I wish you'd shut up.
Siste legens hoc praeceptum. - Stop reading this motto.
Sororem tuam pedicavi! - I sodomized your sister!
Non certa si troglodytarum aut tantummodo stultius. - Not sure if troll or just stupid.
Mammae aut apage! - Tits or GTFO.
Erada rationem triginta et duo! - Delete System32!
Osores oderit... - Haters gonna Hate
Tu iratus, frater? - UMAD, bro?
Tantum cunnus es. - You are such a c*nt.
Ille culus. - Dat ass
Culum tuum tangere possum? - Can I touch your ass?
Quis culum meum iam tetigit? - Did you just touch my ass?
Rosae rubrae sunt, violae caerulae sunt. Carmini scribere non possum, ita claude. - Roses are red, violets are blue. I can't write poems, so shut up.
Irrumabo usque id amas. - I'll face-fuck you until you like it.
Tua resistentia solummodo meum penem durius facit! - Your resistance only makes my penis harder!
Verpam meam ei ostendere conatus sum, sed cucurristi. - I tried to show her my penis, but she ran.
Hic me est merda dante! - This is me giving a shit!
Qui tuum loqui quaesivit? - Who asked you to speak?
Se futue - Fuck yourself (NOTE: this is the correct Latin. "Te futue" literally means "Go fuck you" (i.e., another person))