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E Unus Pluribum – Of One, Many!

  • if you wouldnt have said anything i dont think anyone would have known. 

    i guess im just banking on the fact that ngyuen didnt know eather and he just swapped the words.


    E Pluribus Unum – Of Many, One

    E Unum Pluribus – Of Many, One

    E Unus Pluribum – Of One, Many

    Note that simply swaping the order of the words in a Latin sentence, doesn’t change it’s meaning. You have to change the word’s case in order to get a new meaning.


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