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live your life the fullest untile your death you only have one

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00:24 Dec 5, 2001
English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: live your life the fullest untile your death you only have one
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robert
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5 +1plene usque ad mortem vivere memento... sola tibi vita!
flaviofbg


  

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plene usque ad mortem vivere memento... sola tibi vita!


Explanation:
Hi Robert :)

As simple as that:

plene: fully (adverb)
usque ad mortem: until your death
vivere: to live
memento: remember

sola: only one
tibi: to you (dative possessive construction)
vita: life

Latins usually expressed possession with the construction "sum" + dative indirect object (the owner).

"Sol tibi est": The sun is yours

sola tibi vita: your life is just THAT one, you only have one life.

I think the "memento" fits in well :)

Hope it helped, Flavio


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