English to Latin Translation: Through eternity, without end, or until the end of time
by Jake Wood
I'm looking to turn an English phrase into Latin. I want to add on to an existing tattoo and would like it to be in Latin. I'm not much for tattoos in other languages, but I think Latin is beautiful and it feels very ancient and powerful.
I'd like a phrase that means "through eternity", "without end", or "until the end of time". You get the idea.
If you wanna throw a few phrases and their meanings at me then I'll pick the most fitting one for my situation.
I don't trust online translators and am not really sure where to start. Hopefully you can help! Thanks so much!
You are right not to trust any online translator!
See a previous post about how to express eternity in Latin
I think in aeternitatem
(for eternity) and per aeternitatem
(through eternity) work nicely.
"Without end" would be sine fine
, as in Vergil, Aeneid 1.279, imperium sine fine
or ruling power without end.
"Until the end of time" would be dum finis temporis
Hope this helps, and thanks for asking a Latin teacher.
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