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I'm writing a text that has a history from the past. I would like to talk about an fictional ancient family and I think it would be cool if they have a motto. I was thinking in: "obstinate impetus" in latim, but trying translate it, I figured out that there's a lot of inflections for the words in this language. Can someone help? What's the right inflection or position of the words? Thank you everybody!
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