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English translation: of the lands/of earth

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18:25 Jul 16, 2005
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Latin term or phrase: terrarum
what does it mean?
English translation:of the lands/of earth
Explanation:
Literally, of the lands, but probably means "of earth", since terra in the plural often refers to all lands, i.e., the earth.
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of the lands/of earth


Explanation:
Literally, of the lands, but probably means "of earth", since terra in the plural often refers to all lands, i.e., the earth.

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