Acta tua sunt tu. 

Your deeds are you.   I inverted the word order to make the Latin less clunky. 

Andrixos
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From: Berry Canote <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: May 15, 2014 12:21 PM
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Subject: [CALONTIR] Latin Question

Greetings All!

I know someone out there knows Latin. I have a question for you. I am wanting for my motto, "you are your deeds" (more properly "thou art thine deeds.").  In Old English it is said "þú bist þín dæda." How would it be said in Latin?

Thanks in Advance,
Wulfhere
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