Pro fide et patrio pugno

English translation: I fight for faith and fatherland

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Latin term or phrase:Pro fide et patrio pugno
English translation:I fight for faith and fatherland
Entered by: Fuad Yahya
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22:04 Aug 15, 2001
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Latin term or phrase: Pro fide et patrio pugno
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I fight for faith and fatherland
Explanation:
Word for word: For faith and fatherland I fight.

Depending on your style preference, you may want to add a definte article or a possessive to qualify the dreary nouns.
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Fuad Yahya
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Merci...I thought that was the proper translation, just needed confirmation. It's been too long since I took Latin. *grins* Thanks for the assist!
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najust style diference
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naI fight for faith and fatherland
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18 mins
I fight for faith and fatherland


Explanation:
Word for word: For faith and fatherland I fight.

Depending on your style preference, you may want to add a definte article or a possessive to qualify the dreary nouns.

Fuad Yahya
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 43
Grading comment
Merci...I thought that was the proper translation, just needed confirmation. It's been too long since I took Latin. *grins* Thanks for the assist!
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4 hrs
just style diference


Explanation:
My struggle is for the faith and fatherland.

Or as above.

Using alliteration Faith-Fatherland is not obligatory.
Syn.: motherland, home land etc.


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