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10:22 Aug 2, 2001
English to Latin translations [Non-PRO] Art/Literary
English term or phrase:with noble intent
this implies that all the things we think,say and do are done with noble intentions.
Explanation: I AM NOT SURE about the ending of "nobili", i.e. if the declination case is correct. It could be: "nobile animo".
If you have a Latin Grammar check please.
WITH EVIL INTENT is "malo animo" if this is of any help.
My secondary school Latin got rusty
DrSantos Local time: 09:02 Native speaker of: Portuguese