Anima [noun]

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There was another thing that helped to save her—she was waiting for her anima gemella.

We shall, however, name one more which is found in the "De Anima" of Aristotle and is based on experience.

I may here say that her anima gemella has not yet crossed her path and that her real age is twenty-seven.

Quidam tertiam diem maxime celebrant pro spiritu anima et corpore.

Diabolus dicitur a dia, quod est duo, et bolos morsus; quasi dupliciter mordens; quia ldit hominem in corpore et anima.

As Thoreau says of animals, so we may say of human beings, that their most important part is their anima, their vital spirit.

Scoti qustiones super secundo et tertio libro Aristotelis de anima.

Anima is a part of bodily existence; animus, in direct opposition to the body.

Magnificat anima mea Dominum: et exultavit spiritus meus in Deo salutari meo.

"Account me not fickle, anima mia," he answered her, and he kissed the ivory fingers that rested on his shoulder.