What are some cool Latin words like ‘Invicta’?
Invicta is the Latin word for “unconquerable”.
Latin words can be fun to use for different purposes, some are used as titles for things like bands or other pieces of art. Some words are simply translations of various English phrases while others have been borrowed from earlier languages and retooled in order to find a new purpose in contemporary society. Some Latin words can even carry deep meaning behind their meanings and your knowledge of Latin might give you the perfect opportunity to talk about it in your everyday life without coming off as pretentious!
Thankfully, in this digital age we’ve got the internet which means that these days more than ever we have access to any information at any time. No one should feel left out because they feel the subject material is either too difficult to understand or too boring. As you can see , Latin words are not only interesting but they also provide for some very fun and exciting opportunities to study something that will reap immediate benefits.
But enough with all of this seriousness, let’s look at some Latin words that are actually used in popular culture today.
You might have heard artists, writers or musicians borrow Latin words from the very languages that gave us so many popular titles. There are a ton of these borrowed words but as I said, not all of them have been translated one to one from their original Latin form. In some cases, it’s really interesting to see just what the artist was thinking when they used certain words because often times those words can have hidden meanings that were practically made for song lyrics or album titles.