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Translate English into Latin

 
 
Frozendinner
 
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Reply Sat 7 Nov, 2015 06:16 pm
@George,
Thank's again for your help Smile
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darrenc8888
 
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Reply Tue 17 Nov, 2015 10:16 pm
Hello,
I need help translating the following English Phrase to Latin:

"Finish what you started" or "finish what you begin"

Thanks for your help!
George
 
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Reply Wed 18 Nov, 2015 06:45 am
@darrenc8888,
Perfice quod coepisti.
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Dragonfies1703
 
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Reply Fri 29 Jan, 2016 03:41 am
Please please help. I need a translation into latin. "be patient and tough. Someday this pain will be useful to you " much thanks Smile
George
 
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Reply Fri 29 Jan, 2016 06:35 am
@Dragonfies1703,
Esto perferens et durus. Olim hic dolor utilis tibi erit.

Please read this.
Dragonfies1703
 
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Reply Sat 30 Jan, 2016 06:34 am
@George,
Thank you so much George Smile i got a whole heap of similar ones on different translation apps but I saw this and you seemed like the one I could trust. It's going to be my new tattoo so it had to be right. Again! Thankyou, i feel 100% ready to be tatted now Smile
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George
 
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Reply Sat 30 Jan, 2016 08:30 am
You're welcome.
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Spada
 
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Reply Sun 31 Jan, 2016 04:51 am
@George

Hi, I'm trying to figure out a translation of "Coming Danger" or "The Coming Danger" I've been up all night trying to figure it out myself and I stumbled across this thread and you seem like the guy to go to. It just has a few parameters to it, can only be two words, and first word has to start with V and last word has to start with P (I'm writing something for a friend who has a very specific fixation with certain letter combinations)

From what I've found it would be something like Ventio Periculi. Some places I've seen Ventio listed as "coming" or "a coming" and then I'm pretty sure I'm right with Periculi as "danger", I'm just not sure I'm using the correct form.

I'd really appreciate if you could tell me if I'm right, or what is right, or if this whole v-p/coming danger thing just isn't possible. Thanks in advance!
George
 
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Reply Sun 31 Jan, 2016 04:36 pm
@Spada,
I would say
Veniens Periculum.
Spada
 
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Reply Sun 31 Jan, 2016 04:56 pm
@George,
Thanks!!
George
 
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Reply Mon 1 Feb, 2016 05:28 am
@Spada,
My pleasure, Spada.
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Dragonfies1703
 
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Reply Wed 3 Feb, 2016 03:15 am
@George,
Another question if that's okay. What if iwanted it to say. Be patient and tough. Someday this pain will be useful.
George
 
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Reply Wed 3 Feb, 2016 06:44 am
@Dragonfies1703,
Esto perferens et durus. Olim hic dolor utilis erit.

Note that this omits tibi, which is Latin for "to you".
Dragonfies1703
 
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Reply Wed 3 Feb, 2016 03:00 pm
@George,
Thanks George you rock!
George
 
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Reply Thu 4 Feb, 2016 05:29 am
@Dragonfies1703,
Glad to help.
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Provoker
 
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Reply Wed 9 Mar, 2016 06:10 am
Hi Guys,

Can you please help with translating "Kill yourself to survive" into Latin.

The meaning of the phrase is a situation when one needs to kill part of himself (e.g. a phobia, laziness, memory etc) in order to survive.

I've got occidere te vivere, however I am not sure
George
 
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Reply Wed 9 Mar, 2016 08:45 am
@Provoker,
I would translate that:

Interfice te ipsum ut vivas
Provoker
 
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Reply Thu 10 Mar, 2016 02:11 am
@George,
thank you
George
 
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Reply Thu 10 Mar, 2016 08:14 am
@Provoker,
You're welcome, Provoker.
Thompson218
 
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Reply Thu 25 May, 2017 05:46 am
@George,
Hey George, saw you were doing some English to Latin translations, was hoping you might be able to help me, since a lot of online engines lack proper inflection as far as I can tell. Phrase is as follows;
"Through fire we are born anew/reborn" (using born anew because from what little I remember, Latin has no equivalent of prefixes)
Thanks in advance.
 

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