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How Do You Say "This Is Mine" In Latin?

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It does make sense, if she was responding rather than saying it in Latin for him.
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This reminds me of an episode of Bones I just watched, where the guy says "this is mine... Do I have to say it in Latin for you?" and she responds "absit invidia".  But it doesn't make sense...  "Absit invidia" means "let there be no envy or ill will", or in other words "no offense"... Hmmmm
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She said "absit invidia" due to the fact that she was sitting at the booth when he made his point and said that was "his area". The "no offense" remark could have been easily taken out of context as her saying "this is mine" in Latin. I just saw the episode as well and was actually looking to see what she was really saying, which brought me here 😀.

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