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Could someone help me with the spelling and English translation of two Latin sentences?

by Guest12349830  |  9 years, 7 month(s) ago

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1) Servus, succurro mihi articulus.
2) Te puniam prohork.

They come from a sound file from which I've tried to spell the spoken words, but since I don't know the Latin language, I may have misspelled some of the words.

I can send you a copy of the sound file in an e-mail, if this would be a better help with the spelling and translation.

I hope you can help me.

Thanks in advance!

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  1. Guest12694508
    Thank you for your help. I have now succesfully found the spellings and English translation of the Latin sentences which are: 1) "Servus, succurro mihi articulus" which translated to English means "Servant, help me this moment". 2) "Te puniam pro hoc" which translated to English means "I will punish you for this".

  2. Guest12351212
    ok .... tenks... my email.... ivancanon@yahoo.com

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