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.