Crossword Clues for ESSE

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Actual existence in county (vote denied) The Guardian Cryptic 15 Jun 2022
Being, to Brutus Eugene Sheffer 07 Jun 2022
To be, to Livy Premier Sunday 15 May 2022
Being, to Brutus Eugene Sheffer 18 Apr 2022
To be, to Livy LA Times Daily 02 Mar 2022
To be, to Livy The Washington Post 02 Mar 2022
Latin for “to be” The Times Specialist Sunday 06 Feb 2022
Latin infinitive LA Times Daily 23 Dec 2021
Latin 101 verb LA Times Daily 21 Dec 2021
Cato's "to be" Premier Sunday 12 Dec 2021
Latin "to be" LA Times Daily 28 Nov 2021
Being, to Brutus Eugene Sheffer 21 Oct 2021
“___ quam videri” (“To be rather than to seem”) New York Times 06 Oct 2021
"To be," to Augustus Premier Sunday 05 Sep 2021
In — (really) Thomas Joseph 03 Sep 2021
Being, to Brutus Eugene Sheffer 30 Aug 2021
'__ quam videri': 35-Down motto The Washington Post 08 Aug 2021
"__ quam videri": 35-Down motto LA Times Daily 08 Aug 2021
Being, to Brutus Eugene Sheffer 28 Jul 2021
Get cozy New York Times 15 Jul 2021
Latin I verb Premier Sunday 16 May 2021
Latin "to be" Premier Sunday 09 May 2021
Ab ___ (absent, in Latin) New York Times 07 May 2021
“___ quam videri” (North Carolina motto) Wall Street Journal 05 May 2021
Latin being Newsday 30 Apr 2021
Ancient being? LA Times Daily 20 Mar 2021
Ancient being? The Washington Post 20 Mar 2021
To be, in Latin LA Times Daily 06 Mar 2021
To be, in Latin The Washington Post 06 Mar 2021
In __: actual The Washington Post 12 Feb 2021
In __: actual LA Times Daily 12 Feb 2021
Being, to Brutus Eugene Sheffer 12 Jan 2021
Latin infinitive The Washington Post 11 Dec 2020
Latin infinitive LA Times Daily 11 Dec 2020
Minor point involving Shakespeare's origin and existence The Telegraph Toughie 10 Dec 2020
Latin 101 verb LA Times Daily 22 Nov 2020
Latin 101 verb The Washington Post 22 Nov 2020
Being, Roman-style Jonesin 10 Nov 2020
Caesar's 'to be' Jonesin 03 Nov 2020
Being, to Calpurnia Wall Street Journal 24 Sep 2020
Being of old Rome The Washington Post 19 Sep 2020
Being of old Rome LA Times Daily 19 Sep 2020
In___(actually) Jonesin 01 Sep 2020
To be, to Brutus LA Times Daily 06 Jul 2020
To be, to Brutus The Washington Post 06 Jul 2020
To be, to Claudius Premier Sunday 24 May 2020
Latin being The Washington Post 29 Mar 2020
Latin being LA Times Daily 29 Mar 2020
In ___ (actually) Universal 29 Dec 2019
De bene __: literally, of well-being The Washington Post 21 Dec 2019
De bene __: literally, of well-being LA Times Daily 21 Dec 2019
'To be,' to Brutus Premier Sunday 08 Dec 2019
Latin I verb Wall Street Journal 31 Oct 2019
To be, to Nero Premier Sunday 13 Oct 2019
Being, to Britannicus Wall Street Journal 07 Sep 2019
Latin being Wall Street Journal 05 Sep 2019
Latin "to be" LA Times Daily 21 Aug 2019
Latin 'to be' The Washington Post 21 Aug 2019
'___ quam videri,' state motto of North Carolina New York Times 18 Aug 2019
In ___ (existing) Universal 16 Aug 2019
In ___ (actually existing) Wall Street Journal 13 Aug 2019
In __: existing The Washington Post 06 Aug 2019
In __: existing LA Times Daily 06 Aug 2019
To be, to Brutus Jonesin 09 Jul 2019
To be, in Rome Universal 07 Jun 2019
Being, to Brutus Wall Street Journal 18 May 2019
In ___ (actually) Wall Street Journal 14 May 2019
In ___ (existing) The New Yorker 13 May 2019
In ___ (actually) Jonesin 16 Apr 2019
Palindromic Latin verb LA Times Daily 24 Mar 2019
Palindromic Latin verb The Washington Post 24 Mar 2019
Auctor ___ (authorize, in legalese) New York Times 22 Mar 2019
To be, in ancient Rome Family Time 18 Feb 2019
Latin I verb The Washington Post 15 Feb 2019
Latin I verb LA Times Daily 15 Feb 2019
In ___ (actually)
Being, to Britannicus
Latin I verb
Latin I verb
Latin "to be"
Latin being
Auctor ___ (authorize, in legalese)
To be, in Rome
In ___ (existing)
Being, to Brutus
To be, to Brutus
In __: existing
In ___ (actually existing)
"___ quam videri," state motto of North Carolina
Palindromic Latin verb
De bene ___ (legal phrase) New York Times 25 Nov 2018
Latin 101 word New York Times 11 Nov 2018
The present tense conjugation of this Latin verb starts with “sum, est, es” The Times Specialist Sunday 14 Oct 2018
Makes sense center? Universal 27 Jul 2018
Caesar's 'to be' New York Times 22 Jul 2018
Latin 101 word Universal 20 Jul 2018
To be, to Livy LA Times Daily 29 May 2018
To be, to Livy The Washington Post 29 May 2018
'___ quam videri' (North Carolina's motto) Jonesin 15 May 2018
"To be" in Latin Universal 28 Apr 2018
Being, to Ovid Wall Street Journal 10 Feb 2018
To be, to Caesar LA Times Daily 16 Jan 2018
To be, to Caesar The Washington Post 16 Jan 2018
Latin 101 word
Latin 101 word
De bene ___ (legal phrase)
Caesar's "to be"
Makes sense center?
"To be" in Latin
Latin being
To be, to Caesar
To be, to Livy
Latin "to be" Universal 04 Nov 2017
Cato's 'to be' The Washington Post 02 Nov 2017
Cato's "to be" LA Times Daily 02 Nov 2017
In ___ (in actuality) Jonesin 31 Oct 2017
Latin 'to be' Premier Sunday 29 Oct 2017
In -- (really) Thomas Joseph 18 Oct 2017
Livy's 'to be' Premier Sunday 10 Sep 2017
Brutus's being Wall Street Journal 19 Aug 2017
To be, to Augustus New York Times 29 Jun 2017
Latin 101 verb New York Times 25 Jun 2017
'___ quam videri' (North Carolina motto) The Chronicle of Higher Education 14 Apr 2017
To be, to Brutus Wall Street Journal 02 Mar 2017
Latin 101 infinitive The Washington Post 02 Feb 2017
To be: Lat Newsday 22 Jan 2017
Forum infinitive LA Times Daily 13 Jan 2017
To be, to Tacitus New York Times 02 Jan 2017
Latin 101 verb
Latin "to be"
Cato's "to be"
Forum infinitive
To be, to Tacitus
To be, to Augustus
___ quam videri (North Carolina state motto) The Washington Post 16 Dec 2016
North Carolina motto opener New York Times 19 Nov 2016
To be, in ancient Rome Wall Street Journal 10 Sep 2016
To be, to Bonifacius Wall Street Journal 25 Aug 2016
To be, to Tacitus Premier Sunday 07 Aug 2016
"___ quam videri" (North Carolina motto) Universal 30 Jul 2016
Sum is a form of it LA Times Daily 11 Jun 2016
Cato's existence The Washington Post 22 May 2016
Latin 101 infinitive LA Times Daily 17 May 2016
To be, to Tiberius LA Times Daily 02 May 2016
'___ quam videri' (North Carolina motto) Jonesin 01 Mar 2016
Palindromic Latin infinitive The Chronicle of Higher Education 19 Feb 2016
To be, in old Rome USA Today 13 Feb 2016
To be at the Colosseum Wall Street Journal 13 Feb 2016
To be, to Caesar USA Today 23 Jan 2016
Latin 101 verb form The Washington Post 21 Jan 2016
To be, to Tiberius
To be, in old Rome
North Carolina motto opener
Palindromic Latin infinitive
To be, to Caesar
"___ quam videri" (North Carolina motto)
Latin 101 infinitive
Sum is a form of it
Latin 101 verb
Latin existence USA Today 28 Nov 2015
In ___ (actually) The Washington Post 25 Nov 2015
First word of North Carolina's motto USA Today 21 Nov 2015
Part of one's secret existence? The Times Cryptic 16 Nov 2015
To be, to Tiberius Wall Street Journal 01 Oct 2015
To be, to Brutus USA Today 23 Sep 2015
To be, in old Rome LA Times Daily 13 Sep 2015
'To be,' to Brutus Jonesin 13 Aug 2015
Being (Lat.) Eugene Sheffer 12 Aug 2015
"___ quam videri" (North Carolina's motto) USA Today 12 Aug 2015
'To be,' in Latin Premier Sunday 09 Aug 2015
North Carolina motto opener USA Today 08 Aug 2015
To be, in old Rome Universal 24 Jul 2015
"___ quam videri" (North Carolina state motto) USA Today 22 Jul 2015
Nero's 'to be' Premier Sunday 19 Jul 2015
To be, to Tacitus USA Today 18 Jun 2015
To be, to Caesar Universal 14 Jun 2015
Latin being USA Today 13 Jun 2015
"___ quam videri" (North Carolina's motto) Universal 08 May 2015
To be, to Brutus New York Times 16 Apr 2015
To be, to Ovid LA Times Daily 26 Mar 2015
"___ quam videri" (North Carolina state motto)
To be, to Brutus
To be, to Caesar
To be, in old Rome
"___ quam videri" (North Carolina's motto)
To be, to Brutus
'To be,' in Latin
To be, to Ovid
Nero's 'to be'
To be, in old Rome
Latin being
First word of North Carolina's motto
Latin existence
"___ quam videri" (North Carolina's motto)
Caesarean being
To be, to Tiberius
To be, to Tacitus
Being, to Brutus
North Carolina motto opener
To be, to Brutus
In ___ (actually)
To be, to Tiberius
Start of North Carolina's motto
Ovid's existence
To be in ancient times?
To be, in old Rome
Latin "to be"
In ___ (actually)
"To be," to Brutus
"To be," in Latin
"___ quam videri" (North Carolina motto)
To be, to Bestius
Being, to Brutus
Being, to Ovid
In __: actually
To be, to Cato
Being, in Latin
To be, in Latin 101
__ quam videri: North Carolina motto
"___ Quam Videri" (N.C. motto)
In ___ (Latin "actually")
In ___ (actually existing)
"In ___" (actually)
In ___ (actually)
Palindromic Latin 101 word
To be, to Cato
To be, to Nero
Livy's 'to be'
Being, to Claudius
Start of North Carolina's motto
In __: actually
"To be," to Brutus
To be, to Augustus
___ quam videri (North Carolina state motto)
"To be," for Brutus
Latin "to be"
__ quam videri: North Carolina motto
Latin 101 word
Latin 101 word
In ___ (actual)
Roman being
___ quam videri (North Carolina state motto)
"To be," to Caesar
Being, to Claudius
Basic Latin verb
"To be," to Brutus
Basic Latin verb
In ___ (existing)
Ovidian infinitive
Being, to Brutus
To be, to Tiberius
'To be,' to Tiberius
De bene __: provisionally
Start of North Carolina's motto
Caesar's being
Being, to Cato
Ab __: absent
To be, to Livy
In -- (really existing)
In __: truly
Palindromic Latin verb
Forum being
Actual, after "in"
Being, to Cato
'-- quam videri (North Carolina's motto)'
Ab __: absent
Caesar's being
Latin I infinitive
In ___ (actually existing)
De bene __: provisionally
In __: truly
Latin 101 verb
Start of North Carolina's motto
___ quam videri (North Carolina's motto)
Latin being
Palindromic Latin infinitive
__ est percipi: to be is to be perceived
To be, to Brutus
Latin 101 verb
To be, to Brutus
To be, in Latin class
Roman existence
Oh, to be in ancient Rome!
Latin 101 verb
"To be," for Caesar
Start of North Carolina's motto
"To be," to Titus
Ab ___ (absent: Lat.)
Catonian infinitive
In ___ (actual)
They, in Rome
To be, in old Rome
To be, to Brutus
Latin 'to be'
To be, to Claudius
Brutus's being
To be, in Latin class
Latin I verb
Caesarean infinitive
In ___ (existing)
Brutus's being
Brutus's being
Caesarean infinitive
Latin 101 infinitive
Latin being
North Carolina's motto starter
Roman existence
To be, to Brutus
To be, to Tiberius
Roman existence
__ est percipi: to be is to be perceived
Being for Caesar or Brutus
In ___ (at heart)
Latin being
___ quam videri (N.C. motto)
Being, to Augustus
"___ quam videri" (North Carolina's motto)
Tiberius' "to be"
Latin infinitive
Latin I word
Being, to Augustus
Ab ___ (absent)
Basic Latin verb
Being
Being, in old Rome
Being, to Brutus
Being, to Caesar
Cato's existence
De bene ___ (for the time being)
De bene ___ (legal phrase)
Latin 101 infinitive
Ovid's being
Roman "being"
Seneca's being
To be, in Latin
To be, in Latin 101
___ quam videri (North Carolina's motto)
To be, to Caesar
In ___ (in actuality, in Latin)
Being, in Latin
"To be," for Caesar
Being, in Caesar's Rome
Being, to Caesar
To exist, to Cato
___ quam videri (N.C. motto)
"Sum" derives from it
Latin infinitive
Latin I word
Latin "to be"
Being, to Ovid
___ quam videri (North Carolina motto)
To be, to Virgil
Old Roman being
Nero's "being"
Latin for "to be"
Being, to Nero
Being, to Claudius
Being, in Caesar's Rome
Basic verb, to Ovid
"___ quam videri," N.C. motto
"___ quam videri" (N.C. motto)
Caesar's being
Being, to Brutus
___ quam videri (North Carolina motto)
Basic Latin verb
"In ___" (actually)
Being, to Ovid
Being, to Augustus
Fin finisher?
To be, to Cato
Being, to Caesar
Being, in old Rome
To be, to Tiberius
Being, in old Rome
Being, to Caesar
To be, in old Rome
"Being" to Julius Caesar
They: It.
Existence: Lat.
De bene ___
Forum infinitive
To be, to 33-Down
Existence in Latin
Being, for Tiberius
In ___ (truly)
Latin 101 infinitive
To be, to Claudius
Being, to Nero
To be in old Rome
___ quam videri (North Carolina motto)
Start of North Carolina's motto
Roman being
De bene ___(conditionally)
De bene ___ (legal phrase)
Caesar's "to be"
Being, to Brutus
Being, in old Rome
Being, in ancient Rome
"Being," to Brutus
In ___ (really)
Latin being
Latin "being"
In ___ (existence)
Existence
Caesar's existence
Being, to Livy
Being, in philosophy
Being, in ancient Rome
Being, at the Forum
"__ est percipi": to be is to be perceived
Latin I verb
To be, to Tiberius
Verb from which "sum" is derived
Sum derives from it
Start of North Carolina's motto
Latin infinitive
Being, to Brutus
Ab ___ (absent)
To be: Lat.
"___ quam videri" (North Carolina's motto)
Ab ___ (absent)
In ___ (actually)
Latin infinitive
Tar Heel State motto starter
___ quam videri
"__ est percipi": to be is to be perceived
Latin class verb
"To be" in 105 DOWN
Latin being
In __ (actually)
Verb form for Virgil
Actual being
Old Roman being
Verb of which "sum" is a form
De bene ___ (of conditional validity)
Caesarean being
"In __" (actually)
"In __" (existing)
Latin 101 verb
Latin I verb
Latin being
To be, to Brutus
In __: living
"___ est percipi" (George Berkeley principle)
De bene ___ (conditionally)
De bene ___ (provisionally)
In ___ (existing)
In __ (actually)
Caesar's existence
Existence in Latin class
Fin ending?
In __: living
Latin I verb
"To be," to Tiberius
They, in Trieste
Latin I lesson word
Old Roman being
In ___ (living)
Being, to Brutus
Verb for Virgil
"Emollit mores nec sinit ___ feros" (motto of the University of South Carolina meaning "Learning humanizes character and does not permit it to be cruel")
To be, to Livy
Sum, ___, fui
Latin infinitive
Ovidian infinitive
Being, to Brutus
Latin being
To be, to Caesar
To be, to Tacitus
To be, in ancient Rome
Being, to Nero
Existence
Latin I word
Start of North Carolina's motto
Cato's being
Roman being
To be, in Roma
Latin 101 verb
Roman being
Cato's being
Being, to Nero
Cato's being
Being
To be, to Brutus
To be in ancient Rome
De bene ___ (provisionally)
Existence, to Claudius
To be at the Colosseum
In -- (actually existing)
To be, to Brutus
To be, to Caesar
Being, to Brutus
First word in North Carolina's motto
To be, to Nero
Starter start
To be, in Latin
___ quam videri
Cato's being
North Carolina motto starter
In ___ (really)
Latin I word
To be, to Claudius
"To be," to Brutus
"___ est percipi" (Berkeley principle)
To be, to Claudius
To be, in ancient Rome
Latin I verb
Exist, in latin
To be, in Latin class
"In __" (really)
Existence, to Caesar
Being: Lat.
Latin existence
"De bene ___" (of well being)
In __ (existing)
In ___ (in actuality)
Latin infinitive
Being, to a philosopher
"___ quam videri" (North Carolina's motto)
Seneca's being
Existence, to Caesar
First word of North Carolina's motto
First word in North Carolina's motto
In ___ (actually)
Ovid's existence
Machiavelli's to be
In ___
Existence, to Caesar
"___ Quam Videri" (N.C. motto)
Fin ending
TO BE
Latin existence
"___ est percipi" (old Latin motto)
Ovid's existence
Cato's existence
___ Quam Videri: North Carolina motto
To be, for Caesar
In ___: in actuality
To be, in ancient Rome
Being
Start of North Carolina's motto
In ___: in actuality
In__ (actually)
Being, to Caesar
Being
Latin I word
North Carolina motto starter
___ Quam Videri (North Carolina motto)
Livy being
Latin palindrome
To be, in ancient Rome
To be, to Caesar
To be, to Ovid
Actual being
To be: L.
To be at the Forum
Being: L.
___ quam videri
Nature of being
Caesar's existence
In __ (existing): Lat.
In ___ (actually)
Being in Caesar's Rome
Ab ___: absent
Latin infinitive
In ___ (basically)
In __ (existent)
In __ (existing)
Cicero's existence
In __ (actually)
North Carolina motto beginning
To be, in 49-Down
To be, in ancient Rome
___ in re: Lat.
___ quam videri (N.C.'s motto)
"___ quam videri" (North Carolina motto)
Very heart
To be, to Cato
Heart
Basic stuff
Being
___ quam videri (North Carolina's motto)
In ___
Being, to Nero
In __ (actually)
Being, in Latin
Latin existence
To be, to Claudius
North Carolina motto beginning
Fin ending
"__ quam videri" (North Carolina motto)
Being, in Latin
Caesar's "being"
Being at the Forum
De bene _____ (for the time being)
In _____ (actually)
In _____ (in actuality)
In _____- (living)
Nero's "to be"
To be, to Tiberius
To be, in Latin
Being, to Brutus
To be, to Tiberius
Common Latin infinitive
Latin for "to be"
"___ quam videri" (North Carolina's motto)
Caesar's existence
Being at the Forum
Actual being
Being: Latin
Ovid s to be
Latin I infinitive
Latin I infinitive
To be, to Brutus
Being, in Burgundy
To be, in Latin
To be to Tacitus
Being to Brutus
The better part of Jesse?
In _____ (existing)
"In __" (basically)
They, in Trieste
Actual existence
NC motto word
Common Latin verb
Actual being
In ___ (existing)
Mater to be
To be, to Cato
____ quam videi<P>
To be, for students of 17-Across
____ quam videri (North Carolina's motto)
To be to Brutus
Being
Crux
Being, to Caesar
Existentialist concern
They, in Trieste
Real being
The better part of Jesse
Being: Lat.
To be, to Tacitus
In___ (actually)
Being: Lat
In___(actually)
Verb form for Virgil
____ quam videri (North Carolina motto)
In ____ (actually)
First word of North Carolina's motto
Essential nature: L.
In _____ (actually)
To be in old Rome
Berkeley's ___ est percipi
To live, to Livy
Latin life
Start of N.C.'s motto
Homophone for essay
Being, to Ovid
Being, to Aquinas
Basic Latin infinitive
___ quam videri
True nature
To be, to Virgil
Start of motto of N.C.
To be, in Roma
Being, to Livy
Basic Latin verb
Being, to a philosopher
Start of the N.C. motto
Latin existence
Existence
"___ Quam Videri" (N.C. motto)
"___ quam videri," N.C. motto
Caesar's being
Chimney on das Haus
First word of N.C.'s motto
To be: Latin
"___ Quam Videri," N.C. motto
"___ quam videre" (N.C. motto)
Essential being
Being, in philosophy
Cato's "to be"
To exist, to Cato
Chimney, in Cottbus
Chimney, in Bonn
Common crossword palindrome
Essence
Ovid's basic verb
To be in Rome
Caesar's existence
Verb form for Virgil
"___ est percipi"
Actual being
Start of Tarheel's motto
Existence, in philosophy
___ est percipi
To be, to Bibulus
To exist, to Ennius
To be, to Caesar
Latin to be
Chimney, in Cottbuss
Existence, to Aquinas
Ovid's being
Sum ___ fui . . .
Sum, ___, fui . . .
Chimney, in Köln
Ovid's existence
Vital verb for Virgil
Sum's infinitive
Basic nature
Basic verb for Virgil
In __ (actual)
To be, to Boethius
Basic verb for Vergilius
"___ quam videri"
Being, to Cato
To be, to Balbus
To live, to Ovid
Verb for Virgil
To exist, to Severus
Quiddity, in a way
Anagram for sees
Latin ancestor of "essence"
"___ Quam Videri," motto of N.C.
To be, to Pliny
Start of a Tarheel's motto
"To be," to Cicero
Cicero's "to be"
Palindromic Latin infinitive
Latin start for Hamlet's soliloquy
Existence
To be, to Cicero
"___ Quam Videri": N.C. motto
Sum, ___, . . .
Word in philosophy
In ___ (actually existing)
Between sum and fui
Real being
Latin verb
Common Latin word
Being, Roman style
Abstract being
Common Latin verb
Word in N. C. motto
They, in Italy
Familiar Latin verb
Latin-class word
Latin conjugation word
Being, in Rome
First word of N. C. motto
In ___
Exist: Lat.
Sum, ___, ful.
Cousin of 59 Across.
Essential being.
See 57 Across.
Sum, ___, ful . . .
___ quam videri.
In ___ (actually).
In ___ .
Relative of "etre."
Being: Lat.
To be, in Latin.
Common Latin infinitive.
Latin verb.
In ___.
Existence: Lat.
Etre's cousin.
Common Latin verb.
In ___ (in existence).
Actual being: Lat.
To exist: Lat.
To be: Lat.
Latin "to be."
Basic Latin verb.
Lating verb.
Sum, ___, fui, futurus.
Sum, ___, fui.
Sum's infinitive.
Latin form of 65 Across.
Existence.
In ___ (in existence): Lat.
Latin infinitive.
___ quid (to be thus): Lat.
Basic Latin infinitive.
Being.
___ quid (being thus): Lat.
Actual being.
In ___ (existing).
Per se ___ (to be by itself): Lat.
Synonym for 9 Across.
Abstract being.
Essence: Latin.
Being: Latin.
To be: Latin.
Inbeing: Latin.
___ quam videri: N. C.'s motto.
Existence: Latin.
First word of North Carolina's motto.
"___ Quam Videri," motto of N. C.
A most irregular verb in Latin.
To exist: Latin.
___ Quam Videri: motto of North Carolina.
In ___, in actual being.
___ quam videri: motto of North Carolina.
62-Across, in Latin
Latin 101 verb
___ quam videri (to be rather than to seem)
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