Multilingual flashcard: Prince

Prince in 10 languages

multilingual flashcards prince

To match the princess card posted a few days ago, here is how to say prince in 10 languages.

The English word comes, via French, from the Latin:  princeps, from primus (first) + capio (to seize), meaning “the chief, most distinguished, ruler, prince” and was the informal title of the Roman Senate.

Despite this being a word that is probably not included in most textbooks, I learned this word fairly early on in my language learning journey because of the proliferation of books, stories and TV shows where the main characters are royalty!


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11 Comments Add yours

  1. KD says:

    Applicable to fairy tales and real life too 😉

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    1. Yup, doubly useful vocabulary! I have made lots of fairytale, disney and book-themed flashcards for that reason! 🙂

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      1. KD says:

        Great idea! Lol

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