vive ut vivas

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Latin[edit]

Phrase[edit]

vive ut vivas

  1. (literally) "live that you may live". One should live a very full life, without fear of a possible future consequences.
  2. "live life to the fullest."
  3. "live that you may live forever."[1]

Usage notes[edit]

Vive ut vivas is popular as a family motto.[2]