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2016-09-19 Our journey, our moments, our live:

Hello,    “Our journey, our moments, our life” translates correctly into Latin as follows:    “Iter nostrum, nostra momenta, vita nostra”.    Please note that:    -Our  = NOSTRUM ( nominative neuter  singular

2016-08-11 Phrase from Rudyard Kipling's:

If you really want to use  the accusative plural “impostores” instead of  “fraudatores”, I have to tell you that the accusative plural “impostores” is a post-classical  term, i.e. a word used in the  Late

2016-08-10 Phrase from Rudyard Kipling's:

There is not a huge difference in the meaning if you use the following word order where however you must write CLADEM (see my translation), not CLADUM which is wrong in this context:    Si adire potes

2016-08-09 Phrase from Rudyard Kipling's "If":

Hello,    “If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster/and treat those two impostors just the same…” (lines 11-12 in  Rudyard Kipling's "If" ) can be translated as follows:    “Si Triumphum ac Cladem  adire

2016-07-22 Latin or Greek?:

Hello,    Both "Temet nosce" and  “Nosce te ipsum” mean “Know thyself" or "Know yourself" where the pronoun “yourself” stands for  “thyself”, the archaic  form of “yourself” that in Latin  translates

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