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Latin translation: noli occidere

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11:09 Mar 5, 2002
English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: kill
do not kill
darvin
Latin translation:noli occidere
Explanation:
caedo caedere cecidi caesum (1) [to cut]. (2) [to beat , knock about]. (3) [to kill, slay].

deicio -icere -ieci -iectum [to throw , cast, hurl down]; with reflex., [to rush down]; of upright things, [to throw to the ground, fell]; of persons, [to kill, bring down]. In gen., [to fling away or aside]; naut., deici, [to be thrown off course]; milit., [to dislodge];[to eject, dispossess; to shift] a person from an opinion, attitude; [to disappoint]. Hence partic. deiectus -a -um, [low-lying; dispirited, dejected].

neco -are [to kill , slay, put to death].

occido (1) -cidere -cidi -cisum [to strike down , beat to the ground; to kill, slay; to plague to death, torment].


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noli occidere


Explanation:
caedo caedere cecidi caesum (1) [to cut]. (2) [to beat , knock about]. (3) [to kill, slay].

deicio -icere -ieci -iectum [to throw , cast, hurl down]; with reflex., [to rush down]; of upright things, [to throw to the ground, fell]; of persons, [to kill, bring down]. In gen., [to fling away or aside]; naut., deici, [to be thrown off course]; milit., [to dislodge];[to eject, dispossess; to shift] a person from an opinion, attitude; [to disappoint]. Hence partic. deiectus -a -um, [low-lying; dispirited, dejected].

neco -are [to kill , slay, put to death].

occido (1) -cidere -cidi -cisum [to strike down , beat to the ground; to kill, slay; to plague to death, torment].


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