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It means "through difficult (things) I rise." It is likely a proverb or saying, and would (depending of context) mean something like "I improve through adversity." Kind of sounds like a University motto (It. motto < L. muttum "to mutter, grunt").
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Answer . "Per Ardua ad Astra" means "Through adversity to the stars."
The literal meaning of ardua is something like difficulties, challenges, but it is best known in the saying Per ardua ad astra, which is best translated as Through adversity t…o the stars. This is the motto of the British Royal Air Force.
As per is part of a phrase, the rest of which is sometimes left out by people who don't know any better. It usually refers to regulation. As per the Fire Code, for examp…le, should be As per the stipulations of the Fire Code.
"Per second per second" sounds like a speech problem, but in Physics, velocity (or speed) is distance per second. If the velocity (speed) increases, then the acceleration is i…n units of distance per second (or velocity) per second. An example might make this more clear-- If we jumped off a roof, gravity would make us accelerate. Your velocity at the end of the first second is 10 meters per second. Your velocity at the end of the next second is 20 meters per second, the end of the third would be 30, etc. So each second we fall the velocity increases (accelerates) by ....drum roll.... 10 meters per second per second. Which is the acceleration due to gravity ON THE EARTH. (actually 9.8 m/s/s or 9.8 m/s2, but close enough).
It is a Latin phrase which means by the court.
Per ardua ad astra - Through adversity to the stars
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I will rise through difficulty.
The English equivalent of the Latin phrase 'per ardua' is Through harsh things, Through difficulties. In the word-by-word translation, the preposition 'per' means 'through'. T…he noun 'ardua' means 'difficulties'. --- Translations: # Through adversity to the stars. # Through hardship to the stars. # By immense effort to the stars.
A/the lofty art/skill in/on the mountains.
"Free through difficulties". (Liberi is plural, so it refers to people who are free, not a single person.)
Through difficulties and stars.
Platyptilia ardua was created in 1927.
Locastra ardua was created in 1902.