A Lackadaisical Lexicon for Laggard Logophiles
MEA CULPA
[noun]
a Latin phrase that translates into English as “through my fault” - an acknowledgment of a personal error or fault, acknowledgement of guilt.
Etymology: from the Latin phrase meā culpā (“through my fault”), from mea (“my, mine”) and culpa (“fault”) in the ablative.
[Chris Peters]

MEA CULPA

[noun]

a Latin phrase that translates into English as “through my fault” - an acknowledgment of a personal error or fault, acknowledgement of guilt.

Etymology: from the Latin phrase meā culpā (“through my fault”), from mea (“my, mine”) and culpa (“fault”) in the ablative.

[Chris Peters]

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    I basically explained this to my mother as, “It’s the classy way to say, ‘my bad.’ In Latin.” Back when that was a thing...
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    No, it’s Latin for “my fault,” as it literally says above. CCC:
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    So it’s literally Latin for ‘My bad’?