1. sangheili New Member

    Would like help translating this to Latin for a tattoo thank You.
  2. Iohannes Aurum Technicus Auxiliarius

    • Technicus Auxiliarius
    Sanguis et honor

    Please wait for others to reply first
  3. Imber Ranae Ranunculus Iracundus

    • Civis Illustris
    Are you a neo-Nazi or what?
  4. Akela dat affluenter

    • Princeps Senatus
    Sangheli, could you give us some more information about the text? Where does it come from, etc?

    From the sound of it, I might guess the origin to be medieval...
  5. sangheili New Member

    First I am not a neo-nazi, I am a United States Marine. Secondly I found it in a book a two or three years ago and wrote it down sadly I didn't write down the title of the book...
  6. Akela dat affluenter

    • Princeps Senatus
    Sangheli, I understand that you saw the phrase in a book and you found it memorable, not knowing about the neo-nazi reference. I myself did not know about it until yesterday.

    However, if you are going to get a permanent tattoo with this expression, I feel it is our duty to make sure you know of all of its potential implications.

    If you search for "blood and honour" on google, you will find many resources reinforcing the above.

    If you do decide to get this phrase as a tattoo, you may be treated as one of their own by people that support this kind of nationalism, and as an enemy - by those who do not.

    This is not anything a person without neo-nazi sympathies may want, is it?
  7. sangheili New Member

    I thank you for brining this to my attention. I guess I should do more research next time ;) thank you again for brining this to my attention oo-rah!

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