Asked by: pixrel-ga
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11 Sep 2006 09:32 PDT
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Hey, i was considering getting a tattoo that says "love begets love" in chinese symbols but i decided to do it in latin across my wrist and i wanted to know if i could get that translated into latin?
Re: Latin Translation
Answered By: answerfinder-ga on 11 Sep 2006 10:43 PDT
Dear pixrel-ga My research shows that the Latin for "love begets love" or ?love produces love? is amor gignit amorem amor gignit amorem - Love produces love http://www.special-dictionary.com/latin/a/amor_gignit_amorem.htm amor gignit amorem - Love produces love http://latin-phrases.co.uk/dictionary/a/ Philippines court case, ?Marriage is definitely for two loving adults who view the relationship with "amor gignit amorem" respect, sacrifice and a continuing commitment to togetherness, conscious of its value as a sublime social institution.? http://www.lawphil.net/judjuris/juri2001/jul2001/gr_139789_2001.html The search term "amor gignit amorem" also finds translations as love begets love. ://www.google.com/search?q=Amor.gignit.amorem&hl=en&lr=&start=110&sa=N I hope this answers your question. If it does not, or the answer is unclear, then please ask for clarification of this research before rating the answer. I shall respond to the clarification request as soon as I receive it. Thank you answerfinder Search strategy amor love latin phrase
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