go with God

Discussion in 'Lingua Latina (Latin)' started by rajahbeloof, Aug 12, 2012.

  1. rajahbeloof Senior Member

    English
    Hello, I am questioning the translation of "go with God" into Latin. Would one say, "Cum Deo ite?"
     
  2. exgerman Senior Member

    NYC
    English but my first language was German
    If you are talking to a group. If you are talking to only one person, you can avoid the awkward "I cum Deo" by using the same subterfuge as the Vulgate and saying "vade cum Deo".
     
  3. rajahbeloof Senior Member

    English
    Hmmm, but that construction is vulgar latin, not the sort of educated Latin that well-studied Romans would use, right?
     
  4. Quiviscumque

    Quiviscumque Moderator

    Ciudad del paraíso
    Spanish-Spain
    Plautus, Miles Gloriosus, 1351:

    agite, ite cum dis benevolentibus
     
  5. J.F. de TROYES Senior Member

    francais-France
    My try : Procede cum Deo.
     
  6. Hamlet2508 Senior Member

    English
    my tuppence

    Cum Deo perge

    Proficiscere cum Deo
     

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