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|Latin to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Latin term or phrase: iugo quod fors feret|
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1 hr confidence: peer agreement (net): +1
by/in the bond forged by fortune
This is difficult to translate without a context - feret, in particular can have many meanings.
Iugo could be the verb, or, if the sentence is not complete, a form of the noun iugum, or
Then, also, it has the feeling of a quotation, but I don´t know it.
Added to which it has the sound element with the two "f".
iugum = yoke, bond, connection, pair
quod = which
fors = luck, fortune, chance
feret = bears, brings forth, carries off, wins, receives, gets.
So the translation I have given is just a possibility.
Local time: 21:10
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in pair: 49
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