What Ignis means?
ignis m (genitive ignis); third declension. fire quotations ▼ ferro ignique ― with iron and [with] fire. (metonymically) beacon, signal by fire.
What language is Ignis Fatuus?
From New Latin ignis fatuus (literally “foolish fire”).
How do you use Ignis Fatuus in a sentence?
How to use ignis fatuus in a sentence
- This was doubtless a true ignis fatuus, and the circumstances necessary to produce it were then present, viz.
- Thus far the Hofrath; who vanishes, as is his wont, too like an Ignis Fatuus, leaving the dark still darker.
What does Viator mean?
A wayfarer, traveler
Noun. viator (plural viators or viatores) (rare) A wayfarer, traveler. quotations ▼ (rare, historical) An apparitor, a summoner: a minor Roman official.
Is Ignis Latin or Greek?
(Latin: fire, burn) Translation: “From fire, fire.”
Where does the word Igni come from?
From Latin ignis (“fire”).
What is Vex Latin?
From Middle English vexen, from Old French vexer, from Latin vēxāre (“disturb, agitate, annoy”).
How do you say Firefly in Latin?
Firefly or Lightning Bug Photuris pyralis (Linn.)
Latin translation: Photuris pyralis.
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What does Pell mean in Latin?
From Latin pellis (“animal skin, pelt”), from Proto-Italic *pelnis, from Proto-Indo-European *pel-ni-. Distantly related to fell and film.
What Noctis means?
Noctis is Latin for “of night”. Noctis may also refer to: Noctis Labyrinthus, a region of Mars. Noctis (video game), a 2000 space flight simulator. Noctis Lucis Caelum, a character from the video game Final Fantasy XV.