Today’s Latin Lesson Is Inspired By Gov. Jerry Brown



“I forbid”

(The first person singular of the verb “vetare” — “to forbid.” Tribunes in ancient Rome, charged with protecting the interests of plebians, used the word to object to actions by the partricians of the Senate.)

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  1. Oh, curses. Class war!

    Comment by Elizabetta Garibaldi — 6.20.2011 @ 1:20 pm

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