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Edward John Smith
Answer "Godspeed" is not any measurable value of speed! It is simply a form of well-wishing, which probably comes from Old English/Mediaeval English. In context it mig…ht be something like "God speed (godspeed) you on your way"
Godspeed is a wish for success and good fortune. It originates from http://www.answers.com/topic/middle-english 'God speed you' meaning 'May God help you prosper'. basically, …it means have a safe and speedy journey. can also mean good luck. Godspeed is no-longer a common expression is english as its use has decreased But it means "be quick"
You can't to my knowlage -Uh yeah you can but its a glitch ... i think
14 miles per hour
Possibly began as gods peace and was not heard correctly
In all the different uses of the title Godspeed, apparently it is capitalized. See, below. When used as a noun, as it wishing someone a safe and swift journey, because it con…tains the word God -- God's speed -- it is also capitalized in that use.
Godspeed in French is "godspeed".
The word "Godspeed" is usually capitalized, just as the word "God" is usually capitalized.
Well, it depends what the captain is the captain of. If it is a captain of a pirate ship, this person tells his crew what to do, and generally looks after the ship itself. Pl…ease, be more specific next time!
Go n-éirí do bhóthar leat. (Usually mis-translated as "May the road rise with you" it actually means "May your road succeed with-you".) Go dtéir slán. (May you go safely.…) Go soirbhí Dia dhuit.
The Man who owns a ship (or team) and leads it. (most commonley referd to in the ship version
Tagalog translation of GODSPEED: basbasan ka ng Diyos
Godspeed in Tagalog: Basbasan ka ng Diyos
Godspeed the Vortex was created in 1993.
"Godspeed" is a wish, not a velocity.