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Without your love, life is pointless - correct or not?

by Alex
(Macedonia)

Me and my lovely wife looking to get a tattoo, and we want the Latin phrase for "WITHOUT YOUR LOVE, LIFE IS POINTLESS" I've looked all over the internet looking for a good translation, my opinnion is "SINE TUA AMORE NIHIL EST VITA" but have run into a lot of variants. I don't know if its TUA,TUO or TUE in the phrase. So I don't want to mess up the tattoo with the wrong grammar or something. Can you help with the translation?



Dear Alex,

In Latin amore is masculine, so: sine tuo amore.

Hope this helps, and thanks for asking a Latin teacher.

Sincerely,

John

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