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Is the correct Latin translation for "while I live, I thrive/flourish"

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Is the correct Latin translation for "while I live, I thrive/flourish" "dum vivo vireo" or is there a better translation?

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Dum vivo vireo is the literal translation for "While I live, I thrive"

pdheslin :

The phrase "While I live, I flourish" would be "dum vivo effloresco"

Customer:

So, just to clarify, it's correct to conjugate both the first and second verb in the first person singular? The second verb does not need to be in the infinitive?

pdheslin :

That is correct.

Customer:

Great, thanks for your help!

pdheslin :

You are very welcome!

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