noun, plural pec·ca·vis.
Origin of peccavi
Examples from the Web for peccavi
Historical Examples of peccavi
If it be really so, Oh, let me entreat that you will not neglect to say at once Pater, peccavi!John Ronge: The Holy Coat Of Treves
If this be ‘lady-like,’ then, indeed, I penitently cry ‘peccavi!’Vashti
Augusta J. Evans Wilson
But in his old age he cried 'Peccavi', and set himself to learn Greek.
But I will not cry “peccavi,” my Lady, unless you pronounce me guilty after reading what I write.The Case and Exceptions
Frederick Trevor Hill
The cry of peccavi sounds soft and pretty when made by sweet lips in a loving voice.The Claverings
noun plural -vis
Word Origin for peccavi
1550s, Latin, literally "I have sinned;" past tense of peccare "to sin" (see peccadillo). Related: peccavimus "we have sinned;" peccavit "he has sinned."