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Q: What does the word vir quisque vir mean?
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What does the root word vir mean?

virile,virtuoso remember these words mean "man" LOL

What does pro omnibus quisque pro deo omnes mean please?

Quisque pro omnibus means "each for all".

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What is 'Per crucem crescens vir quisquis vir' in English?

Under the cross any man is a growing man is the English equivalent of 'Per crucem crescens vir quisquis vir'. In the word by word translation, the preposition 'per' means 'under'. The noun 'crucem' means 'cross'. The gerund 'crescens' means 'growing'. The noun 'vir' means 'man'. The relative 'quisquis' means 'any'.They are two of Lambda Chi Alpha's open mottos. They mean "The crescent in the cross" and "every man a man"

What does wir mean in latin?

If you mean vir it means man.

What is latin word for hero or heroine?

Hero is Vir

What does the Latin word vir translate to in English?

Man; husband.

Is the correct Latin term for 'a lone hero' solus vir?

Technically, 'vir' by itself just means 'man' and such, though it could be understood as hero if it is in context. Idiomatically, Latin uses 'vir fortissimus' to mean hero, which literally means 'strongest man' and could supply context for any future uses of 'vir' by itself. The word 'heros' means hero, but it is limited in use to demigods. Otherwise, 'solus vir fortissimus' is most correct, but 'solus vir' can suffice if given the right context. It is worth mentioning that the order of those words is unimportant and can be shuffled with the same meaning.

What is the word for MAN in Latin?

English Latin man compleo, vir

What does vir fortissimus in mundo mean?

The strongest man in the world.

What is the Latin translation for the word for calendar in Latin?

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What does homo mean in latin?

In Latin, homo means "man" in the sense of "person." (The word for "man"as opposted to "woman" is vir.) It should not be confused with the Ancient Greek word homo which means 'same'.