'God is Death' in latin?

Reply Mon 28 Mar, 2016 01:15 pm
'God is Death' in latin? Don't ask why I'm asking =)

'Deus est Mors'? 'Deus est Mortem'?

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Reply Mon 28 Mar, 2016 01:38 pm
Deus est Mors

Reply Mon 28 Mar, 2016 02:07 pm
Thank you! What is the difference between 'Mors' and 'Mortem'?

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Reply Mon 28 Mar, 2016 04:40 pm
Mors is the nominative case.
Mortem is the accusative case.
Reply Mon 28 Mar, 2016 04:42 pm
Ah, I guessed right, a bit of long term memory in action.

Reply Mon 28 Mar, 2016 05:00 pm
Never really goes away.
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Reply Wed 13 Jul, 2016 02:20 pm
latin does not have a definite article so unless you can take 'Deus' as a proper name -- and Death for that matter-- it makes no sense. Early Latin would have been all caps so your thinking that the caps say something is wrong.
Reply Thu 14 Jul, 2016 06:30 am
From the Middle Ages on, it has been common practice to use upper and
lower case letters. The original poster's thinking is not wrong at all unless
he wishes to emulate the Classical form of writing.
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