I think the phrase
plebs together strong is a cool one in English, but I'd like to translate it to Latin. In this context, I take
pleb to mean
a commoner, an ordinary person and the essence of the sentence to have a similar meaning to
apes together strong🚀🚀🚀.
Here are several translations I've found on Google Translate (English to Latin):
`pleb together strong` --> `pleb validis pariter`
`pleb strongest together` --> `pleb fortissimum simul`
`pleb together undefeated` --> `pleb simul invictam`
I did see a translation that had the word
invictus in it that I liked; I can't recall what it was.
EDIT: It was
pleb simul invictus, meaning
pleb together undefeated. However, when I translate that phrase from Latin to English, I get
he wished, at the same time he was unconquered.
Of course, I don't understand
excrementum in Latin; I would just like to not completely embarrass myself when I plaster something on a t-shirt and rock it around town.