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That which nourishes me destroys me.

This tattoo was adopted by Angelina Jolie, one of many celebrities who have followed the trend for Latin tattoos.

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What does the latin proverb quod you nutrit you destruit translate into English?

It means "What nourishes me also deystroys me"


How does the Latin proverb 'Quod me nutrit me destruit' translate into English?

"what nourishes me destroys me"It is translated into English as meaning "What nourishes me also destroys me."


Quod you nutrit you destruit proverb latin?

Quod me nutrit me destruit : [what feeds me destroys me] quod te nutrit te destruit : [what feeds you destroys you] (one person] quod vos nutrit vos destruit: " " (more than one person)


How do you pronounce 'Quod me nutrit me destruit'?

The English equivalent of the Latin sentence 'Quod me nutrit me destruit' is the following: Whatever nourishes me destroys me. The word-by-word translation is as follows: 'quod' means 'what'; 'me' means 'me'; 'nutrit' means '[it] nourishes, nurtures'; 'destruit' means '[it] destroys'. And the pronunciation is the following: Kwohd may NOO-triht may DEH-stroo-iht.


What is 'Quod me nutrit me destruit' in English?

The English meaning of the Latin sentence 'Quod me nutrit me destruit' is Whatever nourishes me destroys me. In the word-by-word translation, the relative 'quod' means 'what, whatever'. The personal pronoun 'me' means 'me'. The verb 'nutrit' means '[he/she/it] does nourish, is nourishing, nourishes'. The verb 'destruit' means '[he/she/it] destroys, does destroy, is destroyng'. well, quod ME nutrit ME destuit means "What nourishes me, also destroys me". Angelina Jolie has that tattooed on her lower abdomen. == == Don't blame the questioner- the software changes me to you


How is What does not kill you only makes you stronger in latin?

Quod non me destruit, me nutrit.


What does 'Quod you nutrit you destruit' mean?

The phrase 'Quod you nutrit you destruit' mixes three Latin words with the second person pronoun 'you' of English. Two out of the three Latin words are incorrectly phrased. The correct sentence is the following: Quod nutris destruis. The word-by-word translation is the following: 'quod' means 'what'; 'nutris' means '[you] nurture'; and 'destruis' means '[you] destroy'. And so the saying goes as follows: Whatever you nourish, you destroy.


Does angelina jolie have any tattoos?

Jolie currently has thirteen known tattoos, among them the Tennessee Williams quote "A prayer for the wild at heart, kept in cages", which she got together with her mother, the Arabic language phrase "العزيمة" (strength of will), the Latin proverb "quod me nutrit me destruit" (what nourishes me destroys me), and a Yantra prayer written in the ancient Khmer script for her son Maddox. She also has six sets of geographical coordinates on her upper left arm indicating the birthplaces of her children.


What tattoos do Angelina Jolie have?

Jolie currently has thirteen known tattoos, among them the Tennessee Williams quote "A prayer for the wild at heart, kept in cages", which she got together with her mother, the Arabic language phrase "العزيمة" (strength of will), the Latin proverb "quod me nutrit me destruit" (what nourishes me destroys me), and a Yantra prayer written in the ancient Khmer script for her son Maddox. She also has six sets of geographical coordinates on her upper left arm indicating the birthplaces of her children.


What do Angelina Jolie's tattoos say or mean?

She has many tattoo's, but her most famous are the geographical coordinates of her children's birth places. Another one is of the number 13 to show that she isn't superstitious.Jolie currently has thirteen known tattoos, among them the Tennessee Williams quote "A prayer for the wild at heart, kept in cages", which she got together with her mother, the Arabic language phrase "العزيمة" (strength of will), the Latin proverb "quod me nutrit me destruit" (what nourishes me destroys me), and a Yantra prayer written in the ancient Khmer script for her son Maddox. She also has six sets of geographical coordinates on her upper left arm indicating the birthplaces of her children.


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They are fungus-hiles in their nutrit and in that they absorb nutrients from their environment.


Where does what nourishes you also destroys you come from?

During some renovation work at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, in 1953 a portrait was discovered of a young man of the age of 21 with the date of the painting 1585. The painting also bore the motto QUOD ME NUTRIT ME DESTRUIT (what nourished me also destroys me). Subsequent scholarship showed that there were good grounds for supposing that the portrait was of Christopher Marlowe - William Shakespeare's only significant rival on the London stage until Marlowe's early, and highly suspicious, death in 1593 (aged 29). In many ways Christopher Marlowe was the Rolling Stones to William Shakespeare's Beatles - and this portrait is the only image we have of him (if indeed it is Marlowe). There are fairly similar mottos in earlier works, but this is the wording Angelina Jolie chose for her tattoo.


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David A. Bender has written: 'NUTRITIONAL BIOCHEMISTRY OF THE VITAMINS' 'INTRO NUTRIT & METAB PB SEE' 'Introduction To Nutrition and Metabolism' 'Benders' dictionary of nutrition and food technology, Eighth Edition (Woodhead Publishing in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition)' 'Amino acid metabolism' -- subject(s): Amino acid metabolism, Amino acids, Metabolism 'A dictionary of food and nutrition' -- subject(s): Food, Nutrition, Cooking, Dictionaries, Cookery