11:43 Dec 1, 2003
Latin to English translations [PRO]
Latin term or phrase: Imperturbe
It is the first word and the first line of three different stanzas in a poem by Emily Holmes Coleman.
The first time Imperturbe!
The second Imperturbe.
The third Imperturbe,

"Imperturbe" is also the title of a novel by Elliot Paul. "Me imperturbe" is the title of a poem by Walt Whitman.
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3 +4Impassive, imperturbable, unruffled
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Impassive, imperturbable, unruffled

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xavi65 (X)
Local time: 16:51
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The right answer was given by Brazauskas, as a note.

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agree  Joseph Brazauskas: I think that you're right, but it's an adverbial form, so 'impassively, imperturbably, etc.'
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  -> thanks for the correction

agree  verbis
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agree  tancax
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agree  Laszlo Jarecsni
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Comment: The right answer was given by Brazauskas, as a note.

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