What would you like to do?
Sempre e per sempre?
Always and forever
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Mia per sempre in Italian means "mine always" in English.
'Forever yours' is an English equivalent of 'Per sempre il vostro'. This is what's said by an eternally devoted or loving male. An eternally devoted or loving female says 'Pe…r sempre la vostra'.
it's come from latin words meaning. "Loyalty"
'Love forever' is an English equivalent of 'Amore per sempre'. The Italian word 'amore' is a masculine noun whose definite article is 'l' ['the'] and whose indefinite article… is 'un' ['a, one']. The phrase is pronounced 'ah-MOH-reh pehr SEHM-preh'.
Sempre amato in Italian means "forever loved" in English.
It is latin for "it is always the hour"; colloquially "the right time is always now"
Per sempre insieme in Italian means "together forever" in English.
Amore per sempre in Italian means "Love forever" in English.
'Always beautiful' is an English equivalent of 'Sempre bella'. It's what's said to a 'beautiful' female. With a slight change, the equivalent may be said to a 'beautiful' or …'handsome' male. Specifically, the phrase becomes 'Sempre bell o '.
Maximum forever - via Google translate (ITALIAN) Where did you see this phrase? NO. It means "Massimo forever" and you read it on romanian Catrinel Menghia's stomach. It is a… tattoo meaning that his husband, Italian Massimo, is to be forever.
The phrase 'per semper fide' means By faith forever . In the word-by-word translation, the preposition 'per' means 'by, through'. The adverb 'semper' means 'always, at all ti…mes, on each occasion'. The noun 'fide' means 'faith'.
Very cheerfully and always with staccato
It is Italian for "for ever and ever"
'always very sweetly and graceful' or something similar to it
"Live forever!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Viva per sempre! The second person formal singular present imperative, preposition, and adverb translate literal…ly into English as "(You) Live for always!" The pronunciation will be "VEE-va per SEM-prey" in Italian.
"Forever love" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase per sempre amore. The prepositional phrase and masculine singular noun most famously occur as the title of a …hit song released on April 24, 2000 by British singer Lolly (born Anna Shantha Kumble, June 27, 1977). The pronunciation will be "per SEM-prey a-MO-rey" in Italian.
" I will miss you forever " is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Mi mancherai per sempre . Specifically, the personal pronoun mi means "to me." The verb manche…rai means "(informal singular you) are lacking, missing." The preposition per means "for." The adverb sempre means "always." The pronunciation is "mee MAHN-kreye* pehr SEHM-preh." *The sound is similar to that in the English pronoun "I."