"He/she is with God now."
With God to the end.
Literally: I cum Deo (for talking to one person) Ite cum Deo (for talking to multiple people)
what does omnibus omnia mean
Värmlands regemente's motto is 'Cum Deo et victribus armis'.
The sentence 'Omnia mea mecum porto' means I carry all my things with me. In the word-by-word translation, the noun 'omnia' means 'all'. The possessive 'mea' means 'my'. The personal pronoun 'me' means 'me'. The preposition 'cum' means 'with'. The verb 'porto' means '[I] am carrying, carry, do carry'.
One Latin equivalent of 'Go with God' is I cum Deo. In the word-by-word translation, the verb 'i' is an imperative verb meaning '[you] go'. The preposition 'cum' means 'with'. The noun 'Deo' means 'God'.Another Latin equivalent is Ite cum Deo. In this case, the verb is in the second person plural instead of the second person singular. The translation therefore is 'you all', in regard to more than one listener.
If optima is the plural form of optimum, then rather than Optima Cum Deo meaning "Everything with God" it could be better translated "The best with God" .
The motto of José Matías Delgado University is 'Omnia Cum Honore'.
The motto of Saratoga Central Catholic High School is 'Omnia Pro Deo'.