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"live free or die"

Latin translation: liber vive aut morere

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English term or phrase:"live free or die"
Latin translation:liber vive aut morere
Entered by: Joseph Brazauskas
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18:18 Feb 18, 2007
English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
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English term or phrase: "live free or die"
(new hampshire's state motto)
joy
liber vive aut morere
Explanation:
New Hampshire, unlike many American states, does not have an official Latin motto. This is a literal translation of the English motto which they employ.
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Joseph Brazauskas
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live free or die
liber vive aut morere


Explanation:
New Hampshire, unlike many American states, does not have an official Latin motto. This is a literal translation of the English motto which they employ.

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