Moreover, what is Vita Latin for?
History and Etymology for vita
Latin, literally, life.
Accordingly, what does Acer mean in Latin?
|acer||eager; fierce; keen; severe; sharp|
Is miser a bad word?
There’s absolutely nothing wrong with being a miser, unless you’re the type of Miser that would willingly let someone suffer, especially someone close to you, in order to save a few cents. Money isn’t everything. But being miserly is good for several reasons.
a person who lives in wretched circumstances in order to save and hoard money. a stingy, avaricious person. Obsolete. a wretched or unhappy person.
Definition for vita (2 of 2)
a female given name, form of Davida.
- Nominative = subjects,
- Vocative = function for calling, questioning,
- Accusative = direct objects,
- Genitive = possessive nouns,
- Dative = indirect objects,
- Ablative = prepositional objects.
Actually, the word “ese” originated in Mexico City as a urban slang used among kids in the neighborhoods. Kids would use that as a term for “dude” or “hey, man”, so it has not negative or offensive meaning.
a·cer Masculine – Noun – Singular Plural: aceres. Translate “acer” to English: maple. Spanish Synonyms of “acer“: arce, maple, ácere.
ACER is a valid scrabble word.
Correct spelling for the English word “acer” is [?e??s?], [?e??s?], [?e?_s_?] (IPA phonetic alphabet).