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Postby Cheroti101 » 05 Dec 2005, 16:45

I got a tattoo and I dont know why but i just realized that it say dishonore in morte prima di dishonore instead of disonore is it alright for it to be dishonore because i know there are alot of different regional dialects. PLease if anyone could relieve my mind it would be greatly appreciated

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Postby girty » 05 Dec 2005, 17:09

I was just translating your tattoo with a translator. Now i reallly hope someone can help you but the automatic translator says that your tattoo either says : dishonor in dead women (dishonore in morte) and before dishonor (prima di dishonore ). Don't worry I'm sure someone can help...

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Postby suanj » 05 Dec 2005, 19:08

Cheroti101 wrote:I got a tattoo and I dont know why but i just realized that it say dishonore in morte prima di dishonore instead of disonore is it alright for it to be dishonore because i know there are alot of different regional dialects. PLease if anyone could relieve my mind it would be greatly appreciated

Cheroti, the language is italian(also if mistaken) and no dialect of some region, you can write it better..?
I read: Disonore in morte prima di disonore... so it means no very well because is dishonore in death before of dishonore...
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Postby girty » 05 Dec 2005, 19:23

can i ask... were you trying to go for the saying

Death before dishonor...

except written in Italian?

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Postby suanj » 05 Dec 2005, 19:25

death before dishonor is an right meaning, but Cheroti wrote Disonore in morte prima di disonore... hoping Cheroti write better... regards, suanj
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Postby Cheroti101 » 06 Dec 2005, 00:39

my tattoo says "morte prima di dishonore" is that alright please tell me it is lol

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Postby girty » 06 Dec 2005, 01:23

I think your ok....died before dishonor is translation I get. And a word of advice: Never get a tattoo unless your sure what you are writing..

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Postby JohnArmellino » 06 Dec 2005, 05:29

If the misspelling "dishonore" bothers you, consider having the tattoo artist reconfigure the "h" into a design element - such as a dagger, cross, sword, or other symbol (a silhouette of Italy?).
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Postby Cheroti101 » 06 Dec 2005, 07:45

does it matter if it is dishonore or not cause that is the only thing i am worried about

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Postby suanj » 06 Dec 2005, 14:27

Cheroti101 wrote:my tattoo says "morte prima di dishonore" is that alright please tell me it is lol

ahhh.. this is an militar phrase: death(meaning=better to die ) before the dishonour (rather than the dishonour...desertion or to lose the war.. and similar cases).. suanj
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Postby Cheroti101 » 06 Dec 2005, 16:21

so is dishonore alright or not i still dont have a straight answer

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again no...?? and what is for you an straight answer??
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Postby mfjp » 06 Dec 2005, 20:10

here... take a look....

http://www.christianwebsite.com/artman/ ... es_47.html

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p.s.I am not saying that the spelling is correct... because I just don't know myself... the word "dishonore" does not exisit in my dictionary...!!

further... "googled" some more and found this

http://www.crimelibrary.com/gangsters_o ... mbo/7.html

The last casualty in the Colombo War, Orena capo John Scopo, was the handiwork of an 18-year-old assassin named John Pappa, who had been dispatched by Greg Scarpa. Pappa, who wears a large tattoo of two menacing eyes across his upper back under the inscription "Morte prima di disonore"- death before dishonor - then gunned down his two partners in the Scopo murder for taking undeserved credit for the hit. Eventually Pappa was convicted on four murder charges. He is now serving four life sentences.


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Postby Xaymara » 06 Dec 2005, 21:00

Cheroti101 wrote:so is dishonore alright or not i still dont have a straight answer


No, it is not. The correct spelling is disonore.

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Postby suanj » 06 Dec 2005, 21:03

Xaymara wrote:
Cheroti101 wrote:so is dishonore alright or not i still dont have a straight answer


No, it is not. The correct spelling is disonore.

In fact.. it is DISONORE.... !
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