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04:56 Mar 7, 2001
Latin to English translations [PRO] Art/Literary
Latin term or phrase:nec aspera terrent
moto or logo embossed in a pictoral crest depicting a horse above a (medevial?) town skyline.
Origin unknown, language unknown.
Frightened by No Difficulties/Nor do difficulties deter/Nor Hardship Deter/Undeterred by hardship
Explanation: Lots of versions on the net. For sure you'll choose the one you like the most:
Frightened by No Difficulties
Nor do difficulties deter
Nor Hardship Deter
Undeterred by hardship
Difficulties be damned
And They Fear Not Hardship
Be Not Terrified by Adversity
difficulties daunt us not
Explanation: "Nec aspera terrent" means "Difficulties be Damned". It is a motto for the Kings Regiment that started in 1685 and ended in 2006. the reason why i know this is because i use to serve in the Kings from 1998 to 2005.