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This is what happens when you put the English phrase "Peace be to you" into one of those God-awful online English to Latin translators. They turn out nothing but garbage, and that's what this is. It translates to:

Of peace I step forth to you (plural).

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Q: What does pacis exsisto vobis mean in English?
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