May you always find your way to me?

By LalaSanta, in 'English to Latin Translation', Dec 6, 2018.

  1. LalaSanta New Member

    1. Viam semper invenias mihi (May you always find your way to me?)
    2. I want to engrave this on a brass compass for my boyfriend for Christmas.
    3. I have some Latin, but it's poor, so I want to make sure the word order is correct. I'm going for "May you always find your way to me" meaning this compass will help you find your way to me.
    4. Not sure our genders are important, but I am female and my boyfriend is male lol.
  2. Pacifica grammaticissima

    • Civis Illustris
    Mihi needs to be replaced with ad me.
    LalaSanta and TitusMarius like this.
  3. LalaSanta New Member

    Thank you!

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