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17:37 Jul 27, 2000
Lithuanian to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary
Lithuanian term or phrase: Viribus Unitis (Budme jednotni)
It was on the back of a picture we are researching.
Jillian
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na +1Let's be unitedSiarhej Shupa
naIt is Latin, not LithuanianIlia


  

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It is Latin, not Lithuanian


Explanation:
Viribus Unitis is a Latin phrase meaning (roughly) "By joint efforts". "Budme jednotni" is the translation of the Latin phrase (probably in Czech or Polish language).
BTW, there was a famous battleship named Viribus Unitis that was sunk during WWI.

Ilia
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Let's be united


Explanation:
"Viribus Unitis" is in Latin and means literally "By united forces".

"Budme jednotni" is in Czech and means: "Let us be united".

It's a pity there wasn't anything Lithuanian in it :(

Siarhej Shupa
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Native speaker of: Native in BelarusianBelarusian, Native in RussianRussian

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