Hi I am getting a tatoo done, in which i want an english phrase written in Latin . The phrase is "You'll Never Walk Alone". I have tried to do some research and have been given many suggestions.
Numquam Soli Ambulabitis
Solus numquam vades (Been suggested this may mean "You Never Go Alone"
Numquam solus ambulabatis
As I say, it's for a tatoo was i want to make sure the translation is correct. ...
I would like to ask any members of this board for help, namely with the following:
I've been studying Latin for over a year now (independantly and recently in college as well), and I've got quite a good grasp of the Latin vocabulary as well as the grammar (all the basics in any case) - except for the fact that I don't seem to make much progress in my reading comprehension. I keep thinking ...
In this passage I translated into the simplest English Aeneas addressing his followers. It is a running thread of text.
--Patriam Olim amavimus, ubi in patria habitabamus: Once upon a time, we loved our nation when we were living in the country:
--Hodie procul a Phrygia erramus. Advenae Troiam expugnaverunt et nos e patria fugaverunt: Today, we wander far from Phrygia. The strangers have expunged the Trojans and we have fled out of the country: ...
On the Via Nazionale road from Naples to Reggio/Calabria, at 15 km, a so-called “Epitaph” on the façade of the Villa Faraone Mennella today presents two memorial inscriptions in Latin on a monumental volcanic stone.
Viam a Neapoli ad Rhegium perpetuis
Perpetuis entea latrociniis infamem, & conflagrai Vesuvii saxis, impeditam, purgato
insidiis loca, exaequata(m) planitie, latam rectamque dixit aere
Provinciali Perfanus Ribera Ascalano Dux Prorex. An. D. (I) I) LXIII.
I would appreciate any help in translating the following sentence (PL 129, 572 B):
Timor ergo est opinari, quod in ejus proprie non est sermonibus scriptum, et moliri adversarios propriae opinionis tanquam non bonae ad velamentum illius viri litteras faciendum, secundum utrumque has praeter illius intentionem falso referentes.
Many thanks in advance.