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07:52 Nov 14, 2001
Latin to French translations [Non-PRO]
Latin term or phrase: quita
Someone wrote me this... and asked me to find out what it meant... First I had to find out what language it was in and now, I have to found out what it means.... 'Ini Ibi QUita'

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4 +1Maybe Italian?Serge L



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Maybe Italian?

The closest to it could be "inubiquità".

"Ubiquità" in Italian means "omnipresence", also in a religious way, like God; it is also used ironically to stress that one can't be everywhere at the same moment.

Locically, "inibiquità" would be the contrary...


Serge L.

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Serge L
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