"Let Them Hate, So Long As They Fear" This is a Latin saying of Caligula, attributed originally to Lucius Accius, a Roman tragic poet.
I'm assuming it was meant to translate to "seize the night", although "nocte" should really be used as an accusative, "noctem."
Let them hate, So long as they fear
Oderint dum metuant (let them hate, so long as they fear). Traditionally this is supposed to have been a favourite saying of Caligula, though he was probably quoting it from the early Latin tragedian Lucius Accius.
Favorite quote Oderint Dum Metuant- Let them hate so long as they fear. Said by Lucuis Accius. (Roman Tragic poet, 170-86 BC)
in English, the name is jospeh
i think i know what song you mean. it's the one where the drums are sort of like dum de dum dum dum and then they go into the bit like a dum diddy dum de dum dum de do daddy? it's called Kalahashi by Regina Spektor. Great song.
No. This is a mean quetion
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i think it means what style you do it in so like a backing track like do do do do dum dum dum and its like differant melodies
It means "While". Example- "Dum parat ludum" translates to "while they prepare the bacon"
Assuming you mean the Imperial March (the music that goes dum, dum, dum, dum-da-dum, dum-da-dum) ... yes, it is; very much so. I'm not sure who currently owns the copyright, but if you're looking to license it I'd suggest starting with BMI; I believe that they were the agents for John Williams at the time.
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A corny joke