ό,τι δεν με σκοτώνει με κάνει πιο δυνατό -> what doesn't kill me makes me stronger

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what doesn't kill me makes me stronger (Nietzsche)

Hey again...
need this phrase translated into ancient greek...as close as possible for a tattoo design.

By the way....thanks a million "Wings" for the previous translations. ;)
« Last Edit: 21 May, 2021, 13:43:11 by wings »


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what does not kill you can only make you stronger -> ό,τι δεν σε σκοτώνει σε κάνει πιο δυνατό

Τhis question has already been answered in Modern Greek, which IMO would make more sense than in Ancient Greek.
« Last Edit: 19 Dec, 2020, 14:55:00 by spiros »
Ο λόγος είναι μεγάλη ανάγκη της ψυχής. (Γιώργος Ιωάννου)



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Is it very different in Ancient Greek ... compared to the Modern Greek.  I personally would prefer it in Ancient due to the fact that the tattoo design is a tribute to Artemis. ???


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It is not a matter of difference wording, but a matter of making sense. Some phrases are just out of the scope of classic languages like Ancient Greek or Latin.

I suppose Artemis will forgive us.:-)
« Last Edit: 21 May, 2021, 13:43:22 by wings »
Ο λόγος είναι μεγάλη ανάγκη της ψυχής. (Γιώργος Ιωάννου)



 

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