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There is no such Latin word persipe. Instead, I think you might have mistranscribed percipe, the name of an old magazine for the house as well. The -c- in percipe is often pronounced like an /s/ in England, among other places. Percipe is an imperative verb meaning, "Percieve!" or "Behold!" or even "Seize!" The basic action is ...


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I would say: Ne destiteris ad quod maxime oportet niti. Although in English, we often use never with negative imperatives, I believe it's less common in Latin. According to Latin Grammar by Allen and Greenough, the usually way for expressing prohibitions are as follows: 450. Prohibition is regularly expressed in classic prose (1) by nōlī with the ...


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