My guardian, My hero, My father

larshay

New Member
english only
Ok so I want to get this tattoo to remember my father but....I want to make sure the Italian is right.... I want to say under the cross in Italian " My gaurdian, My hero, My father"
Can I do that and have it make sense?

He was an airborn soldier and he passed away in 2006,
so I am having a Parachute attatched to a cross that says under it "My gaurdian, My hero, My father"
Since he was Italian can you help me? Thank you so much
 
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  • Angel.Aura

    Senior Member
    Italian
    Hi larshay, welcome to WRF! :)
    Since I see in your profile that you speak no other language than english, I'll give you a hand ;)
    I think you meant to write:
    "My guardian, my hero, my father". When you say "my guardian" you mean like a guardian angel, right?

    In Italian is
    "Il mio custode, il mio eroe, mio padre"
     

    al'Lan

    New Member
    Italian
    You can write: "Il mio guardiano, Il mio eroe, Mio padre" under the cross.

    EDIT: I did not see Angel.Aura's answere, sorry.
     
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    fox71

    Senior Member
    Italian
    Ciao larshay, se mi posso permettere di dire la mia, preferisco "custode" a "guardiano" (senza offesa alLan, eh :)). Ciao
     

    al'Lan

    New Member
    Italian
    Figurati, fox :)!

    Larshay, fox71 said that he prefers the word "custode" to the word "guardiano". Hi!
     

    larshay

    New Member
    english only
    LOL Oh ok thank you... well anything words, sentences in Italian sounds good... to me lol but thank you Al'lan
     
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