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latin translation please.?

How would you say "fear it self" in latin?


Thanks, but I need "fear itself" .

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Timor ipse.

    That is the nominative form; it is a noun. It would be used in a sentence to say, for instance, "and FEAR ITSELF took hold"

    Timor is a 3rd Declension Masculine noun meaning "fear or dread", while Ipse is a reflexive pronoun meaning "itself"

    However, if you want to say "it fears itself", the translation would be: se timet.

    That is a verb, meaning "it is afraid of itself"

    The infinitive for "to fear" is Timere; above, it is conjugated in the 3rd-person present active indicative form.

    Source(s): I'm a 3rd year Latin student
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