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Sunday, April 01, 2007

Translate your personal motto into Latin

This is cool: Translate your personal motto into Latin (or anything you want into Latin). For example, this blog's tagline "Technologies that make life wonderful" becomes "Technologos ut planto vita mirus". Or the first part of my personal mission statement "Engineering beautiful software" becomes "Condita decorus progressio" (well, "making beautiful programs" :-).

Is est mirus!


  • Appears to be gone, now.

    By Blogger Eric, at 4/02/2007 4:29 PM  

  • Ah, brutal. Actually I think the service is up and down - perhaps try refreshing.

    By Blogger Jonathan, at 4/02/2007 11:34 PM  

  • "is est mirus" = "he is wonderful"...
    id est bullshit!

    By Blogger Cornelius, at 4/14/2007 5:35 AM  

  • Ah, shoot, I was hoping it would be translated, "It is wonderful" - alas!

    By Blogger Jonathan, at 4/15/2007 12:10 AM  

  • Can you translate "Embrace The Chaos"

    By OpenID scbannon72, at 5/30/2008 9:14 AM  

  • Complexo Chaos!

    By Blogger Jonathan, at 5/30/2008 8:34 PM  

  • Please can you translate the following into Latin:
    "The heart that loves is forever young"

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/26/2008 3:42 AM  

  • Hi please can you translate "all or nothing"

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/20/2008 2:59 AM  

  • No guarantees as to accuracy, but anyway:

    "The heart that loves is forever young."
    "Pectus pectoris ut diligo est in perpetuum tener."

    "All or nothing."
    "Totus vel nusquam."

    By Blogger Jonathan, at 8/26/2008 11:00 PM  

  • Good day, I need to translate the "in English" command, 'Kill them all', into Latin. Pleasee advise, thanks, Doc.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/30/2008 7:36 PM  

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    By Blogger jamesmoyse, at 9/09/2008 3:48 AM  

  • Hi, do you know how to translate 'Pride in lack of ability and organisation' into Latin? It's fot our football team!

    By Blogger jamesmoyse, at 9/09/2008 3:50 AM  

  • Hi,

    I am doing a school project on diplomacy.

    The Corps Diplomatique (Diplomatic Corps) has this motto.


    Please can someone tell me what this means???

    Any help appreciated. Thank you

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9/26/2008 11:30 PM  

  • The online translator translates it as "OUT OF FRIENDSHIP PEACE".

    By Blogger Jonathan, at 9/26/2008 11:36 PM  

  • Translates as:

    "Through Friendship, Peace"

    By Anonymous Diplomat, at 10/02/2008 9:23 PM  

  • Ah - much better!

    By Blogger Jonathan, at 10/02/2008 11:22 PM  

  • could you please translate the following into latin
    Wont Back Down
    Stand My Ground
    Lord Be With You

    By Blogger Laurel, at 5/15/2009 10:03 AM  

  • No guarantees as to correctness, but here's what the translator spits out:

    Moris Tergum Down
    Sto Meus Humus
    Senior Exsisto Vobis

    By Blogger Jonathan, at 5/16/2009 12:56 PM  

  • translate "the best food" please

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/09/2009 10:32 AM  

  • No guarantees as to correctness, but the translator spits out:

    optimus victus

    No need to ask me to translate this stuff - you can just go to and fill out the form yourself.

    By Blogger Jonathan, at 6/09/2009 6:27 PM  

  • how do you say "are you strong enough"

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11/22/2009 11:03 AM  

  • Anonymous: Try it on the online form.

    By Blogger Jonathan, at 11/22/2009 1:31 PM  

  • "Bless me father for I have sinned"
    "Father, forgive me"

    By Anonymous Mike, at 8/28/2010 12:25 AM  

  • I want to get a tattoo in latin but i am scared that it wont be translated properly. Do you know how to translate in proper context "feed your faith and your fears will starve to death"?

    By Anonymous Colleen C., at 9/21/2010 4:25 PM  

  • How about " It's not pretty,but it's better than it used to be"?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12/15/2010 1:09 PM  

  • Hey guys - sorry, my Latin isn't good enough to help translate your stuff yet. Maybe in a few years!

    By Blogger Jonathan, at 7/21/2011 7:57 PM  

  • What is "He who conquers himself, can conquer all", translated into latin if you could help it would be greatly appreciated

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2/08/2012 1:17 PM  

  • "Tomorrow is promised to no one" if some one would be so kind to translate lol

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/18/2012 9:47 PM  

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