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qoud me nutrit

Latin translation: That which nourishes me is destroying me.

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08:56 Jun 11, 2001
Greek to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
Greek term or phrase: qoud me nutrit
quod me nutrit me destruit
rachael
Latin translation:That which nourishes me is destroying me.
Explanation:
This is a LATIN text, not Greek.

QUOD: "whatever, that which"

ME: "me"

NUTRIT: "nourishes, feeds, is nourishing, is feeding"

ME: "me"

DETRUIT: "destroys, is destroying"
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Wigtil
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I ONLY ASKED FOR GREEK, BUT HE SAID IT WAS IN LATIN AND TRANSLATED ITFOR ME:)
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na +1That which nourishes me is destroying me.Wigtil


  

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3 hrs peer agreement (net): +1
That which nourishes me is destroying me.


Explanation:
This is a LATIN text, not Greek.

QUOD: "whatever, that which"

ME: "me"

NUTRIT: "nourishes, feeds, is nourishing, is feeding"

ME: "me"

DETRUIT: "destroys, is destroying"


    Ph. D. in ancient Greek, college instructor of Latin, Greek, and other languages.
Wigtil
Grading comment
I ONLY ASKED FOR GREEK, BUT HE SAID IT WAS IN LATIN AND TRANSLATED ITFOR ME:)

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