How would I write “Together forever, to the stars” in Latin please? I am looking at getting a ring engraved and would like this on the inside. Thanks
I like the approach taken by Vincent in his answer; however, I would make a few tweaks:
- The verb coniungere for "unite" seems more suitable than coniugare. It is the word for (among other things) people joined in friendship, love or marriage. There is a particular connection to marriage, and the derived noun coniunx means spouse. (By the way, you could also use unire, from which the English "unite" ultimately derives, but it is not a common expression in Latin.)
- I would use a passive perfect form like in English.
- For "forever," we should perhaps allow ourselves a little more flourish than semper. Perhaps in aeternum, in pepetuum or in omne tempus.
So I would for example suggest:
In aeternum coniuncti ad astra.
There are many good answers to this question. Here are a few:
Semper conjuges, ad astra, always joined together, to the stars.
Semper conjuncti, ad astra, pretty much the same as above, but with more emphasis on the verb "join together".
Or you can do two rings: his and hers: Semper conjunctus, ad astra for him, and Semper conjuncta, ad astra for her.