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Aww, they broke 914 :(
I liked it, by the way.
Hoc bonum est. Haec scripsi vobis, placet ut. +1
Etiam grammaticis Latinis institutum non oportet. "Quid non scitum est" magis esset. typicam. Uteris apparatus ad transferendum?
(Sum corrigi orthographiam mea. Futue te ipsum, iphone.)
Yeah, I don't speak Latin. I'll change that posthaste.
Edit: It's now "Quid non scitum est" in both the title and the final prayer, unless Google Translate screwed up your Latin to the point where I misinterpreted it.
Don't do Google Translate, kids, unless you really have to. Or else you'll be like me.
Your old version wasn't wrong, it was just less idiomatic. There was kinda sorta a convention of putting the verb at the end, but if you conjugated and declined correctly a different order was still grammatically correct.
Love a duck, am I the only one here who doesn't speak Latin?
Seriously, what does the last prayer say? I know it has something to do with secure, contain, protect…
Google tells me: "What is not known can cause more harm than any concentrated malevolence ever hope to achieve."
The writing is fine, but nothing of interest happens. With the exceptions of 914 still being around and a few clever fraternal/monastic orders, this adds nothing to the Doctors of the Church universe (Doctorsverse?). No vote.