posted on Oct, 18 2004 @ 12:07 AM
hic est tuum temptamen quod temptat tua potentia
Though I think Mirthful Me is correct with the latin saying "this is your trial and trial your might", here are some of the literal translations of
the words in case we need them in the future.
hic - this, this one; this present; in court, my client
hic - here; in this place, in this matter; hereupon
tuus -a -um, possess. pron. of the 2nd pers. sing. thy, thine, your.
temptamentum -. a trial, attempt, essay.
quod, conj.: the fact that, the point that; as to the fact that, whereas; because, on the ground that; why, on which account; with temporal clauses,
since; as far as, to the extent that; introducing a fresh sentence, and, but, now, esp. foll. by si.
temptatio -onis, f. a trial, test; an attack.
temptator -oris, m. an assailant.
tempto -are, to prove, try, test, attempt; to test by attack, to assail; to work upon, tamper with, excite, disturb.
tu, pron. you.
potentia -ae, f. power, might, ability; efficacy, potency; esp. (unofficial) political power.
[edit on 10/18/2004 by infinite8]