Peccavi, quid faciem tibi, o custos hominum?

English translation: I have sinned, what shall I do unto thee, o [thou] preserver of men?

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16:43 Sep 19, 2000
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Latin term or phrase: Peccavi, quid faciem tibi, o custos hominum?
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English translation:I have sinned, what shall I do unto thee, o [thou] preserver of men?
Explanation:
The quotation is from Job, 7 : 20.
The word "custos" means guardian, protector, upholder, preserver.
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Laura Gentili
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Local time: 14:18
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na +2I have sinned, what shall I do unto thee, o [thou] preserver of men?
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7 hrs peer agreement (net): +2
I have sinned, what shall I do unto thee, o [thou] preserver of men?


Explanation:
The quotation is from Job, 7 : 20.
The word "custos" means guardian, protector, upholder, preserver.

Laura Gentili
Italy
Local time: 14:18
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
PRO pts in pair: 95
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