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You and me forever

Latin translation: mecum in aeternum eris

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English term or phrase:You and me forever
Latin translation:mecum in aeternum eris
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19:04 Nov 4, 2003
English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: You and me forever
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Alf Andersson
Local time: 09:56
mecum in aeternum eris
Explanation:
you'll be with me for ever

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Note added at 2003-11-04 20:22:44 (GMT)
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you and me - you can\'t say it literally in Latin, because this Languaged prefers 1 subject. That\'s why old Romans would have said: you\'ll be/remain with me for ever, for the eternity.

This is also - now I remember it !- to be found in Ovid, a famous Roman poet, who wrote many verses about love..
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smarinella
Italy
Local time: 09:56
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mecum in aeternum eris


Explanation:
you'll be with me for ever

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Note added at 2003-11-04 20:22:44 (GMT)
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you and me - you can\'t say it literally in Latin, because this Languaged prefers 1 subject. That\'s why old Romans would have said: you\'ll be/remain with me for ever, for the eternity.

This is also - now I remember it !- to be found in Ovid, a famous Roman poet, who wrote many verses about love..

smarinella
Italy
Local time: 09:56
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
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