|Latin to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Latin term or phrase: E Pluribus Plures|
|It is the title of an article on Multiculturalism in Education.|
|More/Many from/out of Many|
Both pluribus and plures have the same root, "plus, pluris." This is both "several, many" and also the compar. of "multus," meaning "more."
E means out of/from/as a result of/ and governs the case of pluribus.
This a clever take-off on the US slogan "E pluribus unum" (One from many) and fits the context of multicultural education rather nicely.
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