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Q: Latin translation ( Answered 4 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: Latin translation
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: blake7-ga
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Posted: 16 Apr 2003 04:11 PDT
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Question ID: 191116
We need the following phrase translated into Latin:
"Hitting the target every time".
Subject: Re: Latin translation
Answered By: hlabadie-ga on 16 Apr 2003 06:33 PDT
Rated:4 out of 5 stars
"semper feriens parmam"


"semper feriens scopum"

Either means "always striking the target, striking the target every

semper - always, every time

feriens - present active participle of ferio, ferire, to strike

parmam - object of feriens, accusative of parma, parmae, a small round
shield or target used by the cavalry.

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