aequo animo

Latin phrase ae·quo ani·mo \ ˌī-ˌkwō-ˈä-ni-ˌmō \

Definition of aequo animo

:with even mind :calmly :patiently

ex animo

Latin phrase ex ani·mo \ eks-ˈä-ni-ˌmō \

Definition of ex animo

:from the heart :sincerely

uno animo

Latin adverb uno ani·mo \ ˌü-nō-ˈä-ni-ˌmō \

Definition of uno animo

:with one mind :unanimously

malo animo

adverb ma·lo animo \ ˈmāˌlōˈanəˌmō \

Definition of malo animo

:with evil or wrongful intent :maliciously used in English law especially with respect to forgery

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Origin and Etymology of malo animo

Latin, with bad intent


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