[LINK] RFC: Latin for 'and'?
Mon, 22 Oct 2001 08:56:42 +1000
Roger Clarke wrote:
> Okay Link Institute, here's one for you.
> I need to know the Latin for 'and' (and, as usual, I need to know it now).
Working from phrases such as:
Inde ira et lacrimae.
Hence wrath and tears.
Grammatici certant, et adhuc sub iudice lis est.
The scholars quarrel, and the case lies still undecided in the hands of
Arte et Marte.
With peaceful effort and warlike feats.
Divide et impera.
Divide and rule.
I would have thought that latin for "and" is "et".
For a full list of Latin Maxims you could visit
Nil carborundum illegitimi
-- Donít let the bastards grind you down