Inspirational No Pasarán

Papa Memedictus

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I want to know what "¡No Pasarán!" Is in Latin. It's really that simple. It's a Spanish phrase.

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Civis Illustris
ne transeant / ne transgrediantur
 

Pacifica

grammaticissima
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Or non transibunt / non transgredientur.

It can apparently also imply a prohibition, though. I think we need more context to know what's meant here.
 

Laurentius

Man of Culture
Haven't been dealing with Spanish in quite some time but I seem to remember that depending on context it could translate to a second person plural as well.
 

Issacus Divus

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Or non transibunt / non transgredientur.

It can apparently also imply a prohibition, though. I think we need more context to know what's meant here.

This is 9/10 an request for the slogan "They shall not pass", as in defending a position in war. It was used in the Spanish Civil War.
 

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Civis Illustris
This is 9/10 an request for the slogan "They shall not pass", as in defending a position in war. It was used in the Spanish Civil War.

I think you can translate that with both the subjunctive and the future tense.
 

Pacifica

grammaticissima
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This is 9/10 an request for the slogan "They shall not pass", as in defending a position in war. It was used in the Spanish Civil War.
Yes, Google told me so already. However there seem to be several ways it can potentially be interpreted.
 

Issacus Divus

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