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aequo animo

[ ahy-kwoh -ah-ni-moh; English ee-kwoh -an-uh-moh ]
/ ˈaɪ kwoʊ ˈɑ nɪˌmoʊ; English ˈi kwoʊ ˈæn əˌmoʊ /
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adverb Latin.

with an even mind; with composure: Should the worst happen, I will bear it aequo animo.

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Origin of aequo animo

Latin aequō animō (ablative singular of aequus animus )
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