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Basic Latin greetings and farewells for your loved one should follow this simple formula:

Choose one of the basic phrases below...

Salve (Sal-Vay) - Greetings...
Vale (Wal-Ay) - Goodbye...
Nisi molestum est (Ni-sea mol-es-tum est) - If it's no trouble...
Gratias tibi ago (Grar-tea-arse ti-bi ag-eau) - Thankyou...
Ut vales? (Ut wal-ez) - How are you...
Est (est) - Yes (Lit - 'It is')...
Sane (Sahn-ay) - Certainly...
Non (non) - No...
Amo te (amo tay) - I love you...
Amas me? (amas may) - Do you love me...
Di te perdant! (Dee tay purr-dant) - May the gods destroy you...

...And follow it with a pet name of your choosing:

mea vita (may-ah wee-ta) - my life
mea lux (may-ah loox) - my light
meum delicium (may-um day-lick-eum) - my darling/delight
meum suavium (may-um swahv-eum) - my sweetheart (lit - 'kiss')
mel meum (mail may-um) - my honey
mea voluptas unica (may-ah wol-up-tahse oon-ika) - my only joy
meum corculum (may-um kork-ulum) - my sweetheart (lit - 'little heart')
mea spes (may-ah space) - my hope
meum solatium (may-um soo-lah-teum) - my comfort
meum decus (may-um deck-us) - my glory

For example, if you wanted to say 'Certainly, my darling', you would say 'sane, meum delicium'

If you have any suggestions to add to the list, or would like to point out any pronounciation/spelling/grammatical errors I have made, please message me.

Vale, mea spes!

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