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The English meaning of the Latin command 'Nec Deus intersit nisi dignus vindice nodus' is Let God not make a difference unless the connection [be] worthy by a claimant. In the word-by-word translation, the adverb/conjunction 'nec' means 'not'. The noun 'Deus' means 'God'. The verb 'intersit', as the third person singular in the present subjunctive of 'interesse', means 'if it makes a difference'. The conjunction 'nisi' means 'unless'. The adjective 'dignus' means 'worthy'. The noun 'vindice', as the ablative singular of 'vindex', means 'claimant'. The noun 'nodus' literally means 'knot'.

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Q: How do you say 'Nec Deus intersit nisi dignus vindice nodus' in English?
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