Te is, fiam, Brutus?

Submitted by rickyramirez1000 on Tue, 22/01/2013 - 23:34

Te is, fiam, Brutus? (Hungarian) — In Hungarian language this idiom is used as a question when you realize that a very close friend or family member acts against you.

English, explained by Jolly Rogers on Sat, 16/07/2016 - 21:39

Et tu mi filii Brute

User requested an explanation in: Latin
Requested by Mónika Kovács on Sat, 04/06/2016 - 17:12

Te is, fiam, Brutus? — "Et tu Brute! (You also Brutus!)". This quote is from Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar". Caesar said it when Brutus his trusted friend and member of The Senate stabbed Caesar on the Ides of March. Today when it is said it indicates that you have been betrayed by someone.

Latin, explained by Ww Ww on Fri, 25/11/2016 - 04:33

Translations of "Te is, fiam, Brutus?"

Arabicحتى انت يا بروطوس؟
Chinese你呢,布鲁特斯?
CzechI ty, Brute?
DanishAt være en Judas
DutchOok jij, Brutus?
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Danish, Dutch #1, #2
EnglishAnd you, Brutus?
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EnglishEven you, Brutus?
FinnishSinäkin, Brutukseni?
FrenchToi aussi, Brutus?
GermanAuch du, Brutus?
Greek (classical)Και συ τέκνον Βρούτε;
IndonesianDan kau juga, Brutus?
ItalianAnche tu, Bruto?
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Japaneseブルータスお前もか
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LatinEt tu, Brute?
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LatinEt tu, Brute, fili mi!
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LatinTu quoque, Brute, fili mi?
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PolishI ty, Brutusie?
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PortugueseAté tu, Brutus?
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RomanianȘi tu fiul meu Brutus?
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RussianИ ты, Брут?
Serbianzar i ti, sine Brute
SloveneTudi ti, Brutus?
SwedishOch du, Brutus?
TurkishSen de mi, Brütüs?