I remember once reading a phrase like "Nam Iesus Christus mori fiat/fiet (not quite sure which)" or something like that. I don't remember any more if it is the precise phrase and I'm not sure where I saw it. But if it is such, what would this phrase mean? My Latin is still pretty horrible.


"For Jesus Christ will be made to die" would be the translation with 'fiet.' It's probably fiet, because using fiat would make that outcome less certain.

  • Thanks for the answer! That is a strange phrase so I probably am remembering it completely wrong. Even so I thank you very much for clearing it up for me!
    – Victor BC
    Nov 9 '19 at 2:32

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