How would you say "My hope endures" in Latin?

As in "My hope endures through hardships."

But only the "My hope endures" part.

Please help, thanks!

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    Perhaps:

    spes mea durat

    spes, spei, feminine = hope

    mea = my (feminine form to agree with spes)

    durat = lasts, endures (third-person singular present of verb duro)

    There's a school motto, "spes durat avorum", meaning the hope of our ancestors endures, which serves as a precedent and a model for the rendering I've given above.

    Source(s): 5 years' Latin at secondary school
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