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  1. ...: Switch the order of the last pair - Hodie lacuna cras mundus - puts them in same order. Just for parrallelism...

    2 Answers · Society & Culture · 28/11/2007

  2. ... I ) hodie = today est = is (third-person singular present indicative of sum, I am) cras = tomorrow Deo = to God (dative singular of Deus, God...

    5 Answers · Society & Culture · 10/10/2012

  3. ... pendant que vous parlez!" (voo - lay voo se - say de me cra - shay de - su pen - dan que voo parl - ay) You've got a face that...

    7 Answers · Society & Culture · 24/06/2007

  4. ... pendant que vous parlez!" (voo - lay voo se - say de me cra - shay de - su pen - dan que voo parl - ay) "Reality and you don't...

    8 Answers · Society & Culture · 08/09/2006

  5. ...and "moriar". If you just want to say "today I live, tomorrow I die", then: "hodie vivo, cras morior" "carpe diem", literally "seize the day", conveys...

    4 Answers · Society & Culture · 19/02/2014

  6. ~ cra -SAH-veet-sa ma-YAH (= my beauty) ~ cra -SOW-tool-ich-kah (~pretty and cute) ~ ne-nah-GLIAD-na-ya ma-YAH...

    9 Answers · Society & Culture · 09/08/2009

  7. No. Ago pro cras doesn't make a lot of sense, but it means something like Tomorrow, I live on account of... Live for tomorrow would be something more along the lines of "Vive pro crastino".

    1 Answers · Society & Culture · 16/07/2008

  8. It looks alright to me . However, I m not sure where you re getting for --it could be...

    2 Answers · Society & Culture · 15/08/2008

  9. Apparently an adjective. As eburneus can mean "of ivory", and many other such adjectives to describe something(meridianus = of midday/.., hodiernus = of today/..).

    1 Answers · Society & Culture · 05/03/2010

  10. Carpe diem means to seize the day...nam cras moreris as others have said has something to do with...

    8 Answers · Society & Culture · 28/09/2010

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