virtus junxit mors non separabit

English translation: Virtue has joined (them); death will not part them.

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Latin term or phrase:virtus junxit mors non separabit
English translation:Virtue has joined (them); death will not part them.
Entered by: Joseph Brazauskas
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03:10 Dec 10, 2010
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Archaeology / scottish rite
Latin term or phrase: virtus junxit mors non separabit
my mom gave me my dads mason ring with this inscription. what i want to know is what do the numbers mean and is it appropriate for a woman to wear this in this day and age.
elaine last
Virtue has joined (them); death will not part them.
Explanation:
Third person pronouns are frequently omitted in Latin when they are readily understood from the context.
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Joseph Brazauskas
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5Virtue has joined (them); death will not part them.
Joseph Brazauskas
4 +1death will not separate what (or whom) courage put together
irat56
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Previous glossary entry
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3 hrs   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5 peer agreement (net): +1
death will not separate what (or whom) courage put together


Explanation:
And no idea about which numbers...?

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Note added at 5 hrs (2010-12-10 08:17:47 GMT)
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In that case, "virtue" is better than "courage"!...and applies to masonery ethics.

irat56
France
Local time: 16:01
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench

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3 days 6 hrs   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5
Virtue has joined (them); death will not part them.


Explanation:
Third person pronouns are frequently omitted in Latin when they are readily understood from the context.

Joseph Brazauskas
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Whom virtue unites, death will not separate


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Frensp
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench

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