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How did I Wright " in My heart" in latin?

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Hello,

“In my heart” translates as “In meo corde” or “Meo in corde” with a different word order that in Latin can be variable.

Please note that:

-In =IN (preposition which takes the ablative case)

-my =MEO (ablative neuter singular of the possessive MEUS agreed with CORDE)

-heart= CORDE (ablative singular of the neuter noun COR, 3rd.declension, meaning “heart” as the seat of feeling/ emotion).

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Maria

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