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  1. Gushura
    * "Aleum iactum est" (při špatném předpokladu, že ALEA je množné číslo od ALEUM. Při tom je koncovka "-a" toliko indicie pro to, že se jedná o substantivum rodu ženského. * "Alea iacta sunt" (jako předešlé, ale v množném čísle.) Syntakticky správně by byl způsob psaní v .
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  2. Zolobei
    Alea iacta est. (Caesar) A kocka el van vetve. Alias iam vidi ventos. (Cicero) Más szeleket is láttam én már. Apparet id etiam caeco. A vak is látja. Aprés nous le déluge. (Pompadour) Utánunk az özönvíz. Aquila non captat muscas. A sas nem fog legyeket. Ars longa, vita brevis. (Hippocrates) A művészet hosszú, az élet rövid. Ars.
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  3. Voodoozil
    AmerIis is one of the millions playing, creating and exploring the endless possibilities of Roblox. Join AmerIis on Roblox and explore together!Alea iacta est. Factum infectum non potest.
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  4. Nikorr
    Latin Phrases - A. Enter the Latin phrase which corresponds with the English Translations alea iacta est. At another time. alias. Elsewhere. alibi. Nourishing mother. alma mater. Love of one's country. amor patriae. Love conquers all. amor vincit omnia. He approves our undertakings.
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  5. Arashikree
    Alea iacta est (o Alea jacta est pero nunca Allea iacta est) es una locución latina de uso actual que significa “se echó el dado”, “el dado fue lanzado” o, más propiamente en español, “la suerte está echada”. Es una expresión atribuida, por Suetonio, [1] a Julio César en el momento que este cruzara el río Rubicón en el norte de Italia, límite entre Italia y la Galia.
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  6. Nall
    Latin Dictionary: the best Latin dictionary with a conjugator and a Latin declension tool available online for free!
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  7. Mezirn
    Latin Abbreviations and Mottos study guide by tryzi includes questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades.
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  8. Kazrashicage
    Oct 02,  · Descendants []. Italian: alea Spanish: álea Noun []. āleā. ablative singular of ālea; References []. alea in Charlton T. Lewis and Charles Short () A Latin Dictionary, Oxford: Clarendon Press; alea in Charlton T. Lewis () An Elementary Latin Dictionary, New York: Harper & Brothers; alea in Charles du Fresne du Cange’s Glossarium Mediæ et Infimæ Latinitatis (augmented edition.
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  9. Vudogul
    Alea iacta est. The die has been cast. (Caesar) Alias. Otherwise. Alibi. Elsewhere. Aliena nobis, nostra plus aliis placent. Other people's things are more pleasing to us, and ours to other people. (Publilius Syrus) Alis volat propiis. She flies with her own wings (state motto of Oregon).
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