#1
There is a line in Doctor Faustus that reads:
" O lente, lente currite, noctis equi!"

I think it's Latin, but if anyone could confirm this and/or give a translation into english that would be fantastic.

Cheers pit,
Andy.
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#2
Yes it is latin

As for translation, a little rusty on Latin but.... lente means slowly as far as I am aware. Currite is a form of the verb to run. I believe the second part "lente currite" is a command i.e. run slowly. Then again i may be wrong Noctis means night. Not sure about the rest, I'm sure someone else will be of more help.

Sorry I couldn't be more specific/of more help
Last edited by Regibald at Feb 18, 2009,
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" O lente, lente currite, noctis equi!"

" o sodomite, sodomite come here, naughty you'
#6
I knew one of the words was night.
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Cheers for your help pit, I thought it was safer to pass it by people rather than freetranslations.com
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