live fast, die young

Latin translation: vive cito, morere iuvenis

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English term or phrase:live fast, die young
Latin translation:vive cito, morere iuvenis
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21:35 Dec 16, 2003
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English term or phrase: live fast, die young
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vive cito, morere iuvenis
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Or, if you're talking to more than one person, 'vivite cito, morimini iuvenes'.
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vive cito, morere iuvenis


Explanation:
Or, if you're talking to more than one person, 'vivite cito, morimini iuvenes'.

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