civis romanus sum

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Etymology[edit]

Said by Cicero. From cīvis ‎(a citizen) + rōmānus ‎(Roman) + sum ‎(I am). Literally meaning "I am a Roman citizen".

Phrase[edit]

cīvis rōmānus sum

  1. I am a Roman citizen.