What does the latin word mutare mean in English?
It means to change. This word is often accosiated with the word mutate and mutation.
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The Latin word agricola means "farmer" in English. To say farmers (as in the plural form) you add -ae to agricol. So, to say farmers you say "agricolae."
What the Latin word femina means in English is woman. To saw women you say feminae.
Selene is actually a Greek word, not Latin. It means "moon."
Latin words with "nat" generally involve the idea of "birth" or "begetting" (as in natus , "born"), from the Proto-Indo-European root *gen , in its so-called zero-grade fo…rm * gn - with loss of the initial g (the g survives in such words as genus "race, kind" and cognatus "born together"). Latin words with nat - from this source include: Natalis "of birth" Natio "a begetting" -> "a race of people" Nativus "arising from birth" Natura "birth" -> "inborn disposition" "Nat" may also be from Latin natare "to swim," as in the word "natatorium" for a swimming facility. "Nat" can also indicate the element sodium, from the Neo-Latin natrium . Used almost exclusively in medical terms such as "hypernatremia" meaning too high a concentration of sodium in the blood or "hyponatremia", too low a concentration of sodium in the blood. Natron is hydrated sodium carbonate, used in ancient Egypt in the mummification process.
Megas is a Greek word meaning "big; great". The Latin equivalent is magnus .
The Latin word volumen means "scroll" (it comes from the verb volvere , which means "to roll"). Because works of literature were often written on multiple scrolls, volumen… also came to refer to a separate part of a larger work, or, in modern terms, a "volume".
It means "I was."
they sailed they have sailed they did sail
Ideo means therefore, for that reason, consequently, as a result. In medieval court cases (always recorded in Latin) it is used to introduced the penalty after guilt has b…een established: for example " . . . failed the ordeal, therefore [ ideo ] beaten with sticks six times around the church on Sundays."
to run, or hurry
The word focus ed means nothing in latin The word focus in latin is a fireplace or a hearth and also through metonymy could refer to the home, house or the family, its p…lural foci is used in our everyday math and science to denote a plural of the English focus but its latin meaning is only as a plural of its intent, focus was also sometimes used to reference a funeral pyre or an altar fire To say that someone was or is focused in latin one would find its meaning in several words '( ex ) destinato ', [intentionally] ' animi ', [resolve or intention] ' absorbeo ', [to swallow or gulp down; hence to carry away or engross] ' sepultus' [buried, sunk or immersed].
I think you may be confused. First of all, your question should have been: What does the English word, 'to do', mean in Latin? Anyways, it's facio, facere. Facio is sing…ular, while facere is plural. Answer 2: I agree with the answer, but just as a quick thing: facio is the first-person singular ("I do"), but facere is the present active infinitive ("to do"), and doesn't have number.