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  • Carlos Augusto
    "Fortis Est Veritas"
    Aug 5
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    Dark Enlightenment
    Aug 6
    Speaking of translators...

    The thing about Latin is capitalization changes the phrasing. Fortis Est Veritas means; "There is a strong truth": where as not capitalizing the last word "veritas" means; "There is a strong reality". If neither "est" nor "veritas" is capitalized it becomes a question and translates as; "There is a powerful truth?". No words capitalized returns it to almost where it started, "the truth is strong". Really though, Non est verum.
    Speaking of translators...

    The thing about Latin is capitalization changes the phrasing. Fortis Est Veritas means; "There is a strong truth": where as not capitalizing the las...See more
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