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What does "Nullus Deus. Nullus Dominus. Nullus Timor." mean?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
No god, no lord, no fear.
- gary sLv 61 decade ago
I'm just guessing,but "Nullus" is either Latin or Spanish for "No"."Deus" is either the plural of "Dios" or God,or means "Day".I think it is "No way,no where,no How".A catholic priest would know Latin better than me.Or "No Day,No night,No tomorrow" describing the signs preceding Armageddon.Source(s): Bible book of Revelation.Most languages are similar to English as they all descend from Latin words.English uses German,French ,Latin,Spanish and Old english words together in the dictionary.
- 1 decade ago
No God, No Master, No Fear