This has been driving me crazy. If there is anyone familiar with Latin, can you please help me find the Latin translation of "You who are about to die..."
"Morituri" is Latin for "We who are about to die" from the Latin phrase "Morituri te salutamus ("We who are about to die salute you" supposedly spoken by gladiators.).
I'm not good at Latin conjugation at all, so I have no idea what tense or declension or whatever it is. If I did I'd be able to find the 2nd person singular form of the verb in that declension.
Thanks in advance for any help!