Death comes for us all Latin D

Feb 09, 2012 · I would translate it: "Death comes [will come] for each one of us." Back-translations are useful for checking the meaning but you shouldn't necessarily be put off if they don't reproduce the original English word for word. That's just the way language works. You can trust Bitmap's Latin ……

List of Latin phrases (M) - Wikipedia

death to all: Signifies anger and depression. mors tua, vita mea: your death, my life: From medieval Latin, it indicates that battle for survival, where your defeat is necessary for my victory, survival. mors vincit omnia "death conquers all" or "death always wins" An axiom often found on headstones. morte magis metuenda senectusLatin phrases: A , B , C , D , E , F , G , H , I , L , M, N , O ……