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Meanings
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I was curious of the meaning of the following phrase;

Huic nox noctis quod huic hora ego dico super ancient vox. take meus hostilis take lemma iam. phasmatis of contemno ego precor thee sumo meus hostilis quod iacio poena super lemma
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According to Google Translate the first 2 sentences are "To this the night of the night, that to this hour I call upon the voice of the ancient. take my enemies and take them now." The last one nothing comes up
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the last part mean " and lay punishment upon them."
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Whoever wrote this did so in a translater. It is not proper latin. This can easy be see with the word ancient. This is an english word. The latin word that should have been used is vetus (pronounced we-toos). there are other latin words such as antiqua that could be used. I am a latin student in college. Otherwise what others have said is a close to what it said.
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the word take is more proof of what I said. It is not a latin word
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