It had anciently the imagined virtue of preserving chastity—hence the term castus (Lat., chaste).
Alter ego (Lat., 'another I'), a second self, one who represents another in every respect.
Acta Diur′na (Lat., proceedings of the day), a daily Roman newspaper which appeared under both the republic and the empire.
This is called a deliquescent stem (Lat., deliquescere, to melt away).
This is called an excurrent trunk (Lat., excurrere, to run out).
Our observations placed us in 34° 08´ south of Lat., and in long.