Anus - Latin Word Denoting A Period Of Time. [The Latin Word Is "annus".
Anus - Latin word denoting a period of time.
[The Latin word is "annus".
"anus" has in Latin the same meaning as in English - Antonio]
Subpoena, n.: From the root sub, below, and the Latin poena for male organ or penis.
Therefore, below the penis or by the balls....
19) "Ah, yes, divorce..., from the Latin word meaning to rip out a man's genitals through his wallet.
Divorce comes from the old Latin word "divorcerum," meaning "having your genitals torn out through your wallet.
And the judge said, "All the money--and we'll just shorten it to alimony!" -- Robin William...
Television? No good will come of this device. The word is half Greek and half Latin." -- CP Sco
canonical adj. [very common; historically, `according to religious law'] The usual or standard state or manner of something.
This word has a somewhat more technical meaning in mathematics....
If there is no wind, row. -- Latin Proverb
CALIFORNIA: From Latin 'calor', meaning "heat" (as in English 'calorie' or Spanish 'caliente')
and 'fornia', for "sexual intercourse" or "fornication....
California, n.: From Latin "calor", meaning "heat" (as in English "calorie" or Spanish "caliente")
and "fornia'" for "sexual intercourse" or "fornication....