List of English Words and their Latin Alternatives

So if you judge someone you are doing this in Anglo-Norman derived from Latin, in English you deem or doom.  A judge is a deempster.  If you are called to the Bar,  made into a Barrister and facing trial in a Court these are all anglo norman words from Latin.

In English Jesus was crutched or crossed in Latin Cruxified.

A roman officer controling nearly 100 people is called a centurion. In English he would be a hundreder.

A lot of decisions were made in the lead up to the King James bible where a lot of decisions went the latin way.


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