Reply Sun 4 Jan, 2009 03:51 pm
How do you say "with truth and courage" in latin?
Wikipedia has a suggestion, but I don't really trust it.
I know veritas is truth, and virtus means virtue/courage.
If anyone could help me out I'd appreciate it.
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Reply Sun 4 Jan, 2009 04:46 pm
@jsteve1084,
veritate et virtute
is probably the one you mean.
It's an accurate translation.
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