Hey there. This is my first post so I hope I'm in the right place. Feel free to move this topic as needed. Anyway, I have a motto for my coat of arms and I know what it means in english (or at least I THINK I do) but I want to make sure it's absolutely correct. I know that with latin to english translations, sometimes the connotations are different than what one might expect even if the words are technically correct. Anyway here it is... ubi libertas, ibi patria I'm under the impression that it means "Where liberty is, there is my country" I was wondering if it's absolutely correct and what the exact connotations of that statement would be to a latin speaker. If I said that to someone who speaks latin, would they get the impression that whichever country has liberty is the country that I am loyal to? Or does it mean that the country I am loyal to has liberty? Or is it something other than those two options? Thanks for the help and sorry again if I broke any rules. Not sure if this is the correct forum for this.