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How do i translate (Fear attracts the fearful) in ancient latin?
- dollhausLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Timor timida trahit. = Fear attracts the fearful (ones).
The difference from S&P's answer is that 'timida' is a plural form while 'timidum' is singular. A plural construction fits this better.
- d2Lv 71 decade ago
"Timor timidus allicit." (Fear attracts the fearful.)
"Timidus", as used here, is called a "substantive", which is an adjective used as a noun.
- 1 decade ago
"Timor timidum trahit."
The above person is right about the substantive thing.