Mia Copa?

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Mea culpa is commonly mistaken as Mia Cupa or Mia Copa. Mia Culpa is a Latin phrase for my mistake or my fault. To emphasize the message you could say Mea maxima culpa.
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it means my glass or cup mia culpa means my fault or in today's vinacular my bad hope that helps.
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My fault would be "mia Culpa"
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If you mean 'Grace be with thee' try 'gratia tecum'.
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