English with Latin origin. It comes from the Latin word " emacitas"and means the desire to buy. Emacity
BIBLE VERSES ABOUT HELL, WHICH IS A HORRIBLE PLACE WHERE NO ONE WANTS TO GO FOR ETERNITY!!!!!!!!!!!! (3/29/2015)
As experienced by many politicians.
English with Latin origin //dih-sid-uh-rey-tuh m//
A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself. Forests are the lungs of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people. Franklin D. Roosevelt
pronunciation | \or-O-tund\ (OAR-oh-tund) #orotund, adjective, origin: latin, english, voice, sound, clear voice, clear sound, words, otherwordly, other-wordly, definitions, O,
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improvise, adapt & overcome More
Infragilis, Latin for unbreakable and strong.
Satis. Enough in Latin. Satisfied. I am enough. God is enough. my first tattoo, i love it