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    h_vic
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    L33AUK - oculis clausis vivens facilis est

    I'm not 100% on the word order, but it should be about right.

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    youaremylifenow
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    h_vic, I think it would be in accustive. Because it is in something. But I'm not postive, just a thought.

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    G'day

    All I need to know is how to say Cousin in Latin

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    I was wondering if any of you Latin scholars could translate 'to hold light against the darkness.' Another: 'He who forsakes family betrays himself,' or 'kinship is the truest connection'--whichever's easier. You can change the grammar of it around a bit, just tell me what exactly it translates out to. (These are to be mottoes for two families in a story I'm writing...a lot of it involves the history of the one family, so I'm coming up with weird info like coats of arms and mottoes.)

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    Originally Posted by Black-Sand:
    All I need to know is how to say Cousin in Latin
    Sandy- Masculine is consobrinus and feminine is consobrina.

    Originally Posted byminnabird:
    I was wondering if any of you Latin scholars could translate 'to hold light against the darkness.' Another: 'He who forsakes family betrays himself,' or 'kinship is the truest connection'--whichever's easier. You can change the grammar of it around a bit, just tell me what exactly it translates out to.
    to hold light against the darkness
    Tenere luce contram obscurum

    and

    kinship is the truest connection
    familia rectissime est

    Well, I'm probably off on these, but it's my approximate guess.

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    I need help with a translation for a spell I am creating, but I'm not going to trust the online translators with this one.

    What I need traslated is 'shift to', as in 'shift to the left' or 'shift to the top'.

    Does anyone know the Latin phrase for this?

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    G'day

    How do you say 'Moon' or 'Full moon'?

    As well as the phrases. 'It was so much fun.' and 'I met my mothers twin'?


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    Moon: luna.
    Full moon: luna plena.

    I met my mother's twin: geminum matris meis obivi.

    I'd get another opinion on that - there's more than one word for 'to meet'. I think 'obire' is most applicable, though.

    I really don't know how to translate the other one. Sorry. >.<






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    This thread is all up. Here is a brand new shiny one

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