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English with Latin origin. It comes from the Latin word " emacitas"and means the desire to buy. Emacity

English with Latin origin. It comes from the Latin word " emacitas"and means the desire to buy. Emacity

" don't let the bastards wear you down"  I think this would be amazing pretty much anywhere!

" don't let the bastards wear you down" I think this would be amazing pretty much anywhere!

THE CHOSEN ONE... GLADIOLUS - PLEASE READ THIS: MY PHOTOS ARE ONLY FOR SALE DIRECTLY FROM ME! This one, of exeptional beauty, colour and shapes, was singled out, you already saw it from the back, this is the front!  Summer is leaving us in a flurry of colours. Gently sprinkled with pollen... Named for the shape of their leaves, like blades, gladioli – from the Latin word “gladius,” meaning sword – have a history than spans from Africa to the Mediterranean.   Symbolizing strength and moral…

THE CHOSEN ONE... GLADIOLUS - PLEASE READ THIS: MY PHOTOS ARE ONLY FOR SALE DIRECTLY FROM ME! This one, of exeptional beauty, colour and shapes, was singled out, you already saw it from the back, this is the front! Summer is leaving us in a flurry of colours. Gently sprinkled with pollen... Named for the shape of their leaves, like blades, gladioli – from the Latin word “gladius,” meaning sword – have a history than spans from Africa to the Mediterranean. Symbolizing strength and moral…

nemophilist. say it. it... well it tastes good, for lack of a better word. nemo is latin for no-one. this literaly means 'one who thinks alone'. loosely.

nemophilist. say it. it... well it tastes good, for lack of a better word. nemo is latin for no-one. this literaly means 'one who thinks alone'. loosely.

beautiful....possibly my next tattoo...writing is "rise from the ashes"  in Gaelic

beautiful....possibly my next tattoo...writing is "rise from the ashes" in Gaelic

Infragilis, Latin for unbreakable and strong. Ahh I want this on my foot!

Infragilis, Latin for unbreakable and strong. Ahh I want this on my foot!

Named after the Latin word that means sword (the same root gives us gladiator!), gladiolus were worn by Greek warriors in battle to protect them from harm and death — hence their symbolic association with strength and integrity.   Your personality: You're an intellectual who does whatever he/she can to succeed. You tend to find yourself in leadership roles at work, since like your flower, your strength and integrity are unmatched. 

What Your Birth Flower Says About Your Personality

Named after the Latin word that means sword (the same root gives us gladiator!), gladiolus were worn by Greek warriors in battle to protect them from harm and death — hence their symbolic association with strength and integrity. Your personality: You're an intellectual who does whatever he/she can to succeed. You tend to find yourself in leadership roles at work, since like your flower, your strength and integrity are unmatched.

Chia Seeds: The Ancient Super Seed: Long ago, before the Spanish conquest of Latin America – and well before the Ch-ch-ch-chia Pet was born – chia seeds were a staple food, like corn and beans, in the diets of the Aztecs and Mayans. Chia actually got its name from the Mayan word for “strength.”

Chia Seeds: The Ancient Super Seed

Chia Seeds: The Ancient Super Seed: Long ago, before the Spanish conquest of Latin America – and well before the Ch-ch-ch-chia Pet was born – chia seeds were a staple food, like corn and beans, in the diets of the Aztecs and Mayans. Chia actually got its name from the Mayan word for “strength.”