Tattoo A new beginning

By Naykid16, in 'English to Latin Translation', Jul 11, 2019.

  1. Naykid16 New Member

    Ive been looking at some latin quotes that I like for a tattoo. The quote Im looking for is A new beginning. Ive found a couple I just want to know the differences. I found "initium novum" "novum principium" and "ex novo origo" I really like the initium novum but I dont know which one is the best.
  2. Why "Ex novo origo"? Both initium novum and novum principium mean "new beginning" (I'm not sure of the nuances of each, though).
  3. Naykid16 New Member

    Yeah I don’t remember where I found “ex novo origo” I wasn’t sure how close it was to the others. But thank you I appreciate it!
  4. No problem. If you want to use origo btw, it would be nova origo.
  5. Dantius Homo Sapiens

    • Civis Illustris
    Location:
    in orbe lacteo
    yes, with no ex.

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