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Subject: Translation into Latin
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Asked by: morty756-ga
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How do I translate "Pain is temporary, pride is forever" into Latin?
Subject: Re: Translation into Latin
Answered By: alanna-ga on 14 Jun 2006 15:15 PDT
Hi morty756-ga 

"Pain is temporary, pride is forever" translates as 

   Dolor ad tempus manet, superbia autem ad aeternitatem

       (literally pain lasts for a time but pride for eternity)

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