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What is pax vobiscum in Latin?

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The phrase "pax vobiscum" means Peace be with you in Latin. Thanks for asking ChaCha! T...
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The Latin phrase "Pax vobiscum" means "Peace [be] with you" (the verb "to be" is often left unexpressed in Latin) It is frequently used in the Christian
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Pax vobis (or vobiscum), like the other liturgical salutations, is of Scriptural origin. Pax vobiscum means "Peace be with you."
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Pax vobiscum is Latin phrase that means ''peace be with you''. It can be used as a closing remark in letters, speeches or when bidding someone farewell. ...
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