what the hell does Requeiscate de pache mean?

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User Info: dtdownsurface

dtdownsurface
7 years ago#1
does it mean rest in peace in italian?

i assume this because he says it after every assassination
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User Info: riouken1234

riouken1234
7 years ago#2
Yeah, Rest In Peace.

User Info: hardinm78

hardinm78
7 years ago#3
RIP in latin
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Kazandersand
7 years ago#4
Requiescat in pace. And yes it does.
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User Info: TINYrugger07

TINYrugger07
7 years ago#5
yes, it he says Rest in Peace in Italian...cause you know..he's Italian...and they're in Italy...were they speak Italian...

if you go in the options menu turn on your subtitles...not only do the subs show you the italian words/phrases being said but in ( ) it has the english translation
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User Info: dtdownsurface

dtdownsurface
7 years ago#6

From: TINYrugger07 | #005
yes, it he says Rest in Peace in Italian...cause you know..he's Italian...and they're in Italy...were they speak Italian...

if you go in the options menu turn on your subtitles...not only do the subs show you the italian words/phrases being said but in ( ) it has the english translation


that actually sounds way cooler than playing the game in english
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hardinm78
7 years ago#7
latin, not italian.

"The Latin phrase "Requiescat in pace" (singular) or "Requiescant in pace" (plural) is a short epitaph that typically appears on headstones, often abbreviated "RIP" which is then often given in English as Rest in peace. "
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User Info: Acophis

Acophis
7 years ago#8

hardinm78 posted...
latin, not italian.

"The Latin phrase "Requiescat in pace" (singular) or "Requiescant in pace" (plural) is a short epitaph that typically appears on headstones, often abbreviated "RIP" which is then often given in English as Rest in peace. "


Cool. Thanks for the interesting factoid!

User Info: dtdownsurface

dtdownsurface
7 years ago#9

From: TINYrugger07 | #005
yes, it he says Rest in Peace in Italian...cause you know..he's Italian...and they're in Italy...were they speak Italian...

if you go in the options menu turn on your subtitles...not only do the subs show you the italian words/phrases being said but in ( ) it has the english translation


couldn't tell if it was latin
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VanUltima
7 years ago#10
in italian pace would sound like "pase"
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