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does anyone knows what "EO INTUS AUT EO SINE" means?

VERY IMPORTANT TO ME. THANKS

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Anonymous

Asked by Anonymous at 5:29 PM on Feb. 21, 2009 in Religion & Beliefs

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  • http://dictionary.reference.com/translate

    try this website.. they can translate if for you if you know what language it is.
    xxhazeldovexx

    Answer by xxhazeldovexx at 5:41 PM on Feb. 21, 2009

  • eo (1) ire ivi and ii itum , [to go]; 'cubitum ire', [to go to bed]; milit., 'ire ad arma', [to fly to arms]; polit. '(pedibus) ire in sententiam', [to support a motion]. Transf., [to pass, proceed]; in exclamations, 'i', [go to];'melius ire', [to go better]; 'ire in', with acc.[to be changed to].

    eo (2). (1) old dat. , [thither, to that point]; of degree, [so far, to such a pitch]. (2) locative, [there]; esp. with 'loci' (partitive genit.).(3) abl., [for that, on that account].
    xxhazeldovexx

    Answer by xxhazeldovexx at 5:49 PM on Feb. 21, 2009

  • intus
    adv. [within , inside; to or from the inside; inwardly].

    aut
    [or , or else]; repeated, aut....aut...., [either....or].

    sine
    prep. with abl. [without].



    xxhazeldovexx

    Answer by xxhazeldovexx at 5:51 PM on Feb. 21, 2009

  • http://archives.nd.edu/latgramm.htm
    actually this is a better site.. where I got the above info.
    xxhazeldovexx

    Answer by xxhazeldovexx at 5:53 PM on Feb. 21, 2009

  • thank you
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 5:55 PM on Feb. 21, 2009

  • So, according to the above info, this means something like:

    To go within or else to go without?
    PSMother

    Answer by PSMother at 7:02 PM on Feb. 22, 2009

  • "In the light or out of the light." high school latin class, hee-hee
    witchqueen

    Answer by witchqueen at 8:00 PM on Feb. 22, 2009

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