By Anonymous, in 'Latin to English Translation', Dec 7, 2009.
I saw this phrase and was wondering what it meant?????
It could either mean "I shall bear fire" or "may I carry fire."
The present subjunctive and future indicative of third and fourth conjugations is the same in form and similar in meaning.
That makes sense...I just asked the person associated with the phrase and he said he though it translated to...basically, "I will carry the fire". IN this case the "fire" he is referring to is figurative.....meaning virtue or goodness.
Cool, am glad to have helped you.
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