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22:55 Jan 14, 2003
Latin to English translations [Non-PRO]
Latin term or phrase:meditari et agere
This is on a family crest, a heraldry. Believed to be classical latin, suspect it means something like "those who ponder deeply, and then do"
Thank you for the classic definition of both words. I was hoping for something more concrete....i've found this phrase, complete, on several latin sites when doing a search, so assume it is some sort of quote, of key phrase. am hoping for a more specific meaning of the actual phrase.
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to ponder and to act
Explanation: this is the translation of these three words (both meditari and agere are verbs in infinitive form).