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Latin OriginPlay
Ave comes from Latin, and it's used in historical or religious contexts. SlideThe emperor arrived, and the crowd chanted, 'Ave Caesar!'
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Classical ReferencePlay
It's often found in classic literature, prayers, and works with a Roman or Catholic theme. SlideThe nun began with the words, 'Ave Maria, gratia plena.'
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Archaic UsagePlay
Ave isn't commonly used in everyday conversation; it's more of an old-fashioned term. SlideReading Shakespeare, you'll see old greetings like 'Ave, good sir!'