Latin translation: Vincit qui se vincit
(Ohio, United States)
Vincit qui se vincit... I know that this translates to he conquers who conquers himself. What would be the feminine equivalent of this?
Only one word changes to make this Latin phrase feminine: qui
must be changed to quae
can mean either he or she conquers, and se
is the third person reflexive pronoun for all genders, singular and plural.
So: Vincit quae se vincit
Hope this helps, and thanks for asking a Latin teacher!