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Q: Latin translation ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Latin translation
Category: Reference, Education and News > General Reference
Asked by: thedean-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 12 Nov 2002 09:49 PST
Expires: 12 Dec 2002 09:49 PST
Question ID: 106136
I would like the Latin for "Learn and Have Fun" or "Learn and Enjoy". 
This would be used as a motto for a sort of faux university.  I would
like the imperative and infinitive forms.

Request for Question Clarification by jackburton-ga on 12 Nov 2002 11:11 PST offer a "Short Phrase Translation Service", which
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Subject: Re: Latin translation
Answered By: krobert-ga on 12 Nov 2002 11:43 PST
"disce et fruere" (imperitive, singular) [bars over the ending e's]

"discere et frui" (present infinitive) [bar over the e after the c in
discere, bar over the i in frui]

should be what you are looking for. This is most closely "learn and

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