The Latin equivalent of the English word 'earth' is Terra. As in English, the noun refers to the ground and to the planet. The word 'solum' may be used to refer specifically to 'earth' in the sense of 'soil'. The word 'orbis' or the phrase 'orbis terrarum' may be used to refer specifically to the planet.
No. The Latin word for earth is terra.
The Latin word for Earth is Terra.
It means "of the earth".
The Latin feminine noun terra means land, ground, earth, soil, country or region.
The Terrier group of dogs take their name from a Latin word for 'earth'. One of the Latin equivalents of the English word 'earth' is Terra. The Latin noun refers to earth in both senses, as the ground and as the planet.
Terra is the Latin word for 'earth' Terrarium is a container of earth and plants
Beautiful earth translated from English to Latin is pulchra terram. Terram also means land in Latin and pulchra means beautiful.
Geo is Greek for "earth." The Latin would be "terra."