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Most requested translations added here for your convenience: I love you → Mwen renmen w. I miss you → Mwen sonje w. My love!Lanmou mwen!

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Thanks! Can I say: Jezi, renmen ou pouvwa pou chase tout pè. ? I thinking in: Jesus, your love casts out fear... this is possible? I want make a tattoo... God bless you... thanks

It seems that you really want to use the word renmen ou instead lanmou ou to say your love.
And it seems you really want to use the word "pouvwa", I suppose, as a noun, right?
And it seems that you really want to use the word "" instead of laperèz or enkyetid, right?

Now, your original Creole sentence above is missing a verb, so it does not sounds quite right.
Here are some suggestions:

Jezi, renmen ou chase laperèz. (Jesus, your love casts out fear)
Jezi, renmen ou chase tout pè. (Jesus, your love casts out all fear)
Jezi, renmen ou gen pouvwa pou chase tout pè. (Jesus, your love has the power to cast out all fear)
Jezi, lanmou ou kapab chase tout pè. (Jesus, your love can cast away all fear)
Jezi lanmou w ka chase tout pè. (a shorter version of the above)


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