What is the Latin word for hope?

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Answer As a noun, spes, spei. As a verb, spero, sperare, speravi, speratus. And it is pronounced just as you would guess.
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The word hope in Latin is spes. As a verb, you can use it as spero, praespero,
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The word"love" translated from the English language into the Latin language, is "amor." It just sounds more romantic when said that way, right? Rolls right off
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Esperanza
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