How do say "I suffered, I learned, I changed"in latin?

Sum Passus, Sum Cognovus aut Didici, Sum mutatus.

Passus didici Mutata

Pertuli, didici, mutavi

'Passus sum' does translate as 'I suffered,' but the verb patior in Latin from which it comes is an irregular type (deponent). It requires two words, while the other verbs are a single word. Pertuli comes from another verb that means 'carry through, bear, endure to the end, suffer.' That keeps the three verbs all in the same form – one word, all have three syllables, all end in 'i.' BTW, if you want to keep 'passus sum,' that's for a male only. For a female, it's 'passa sum.'

Never trust Google Translate for Latin.

Passus didici Mutata

Although I do admit to using Google Translate, so YMMV.

It's a lovely idea, though. Good luck with your tat, I like the sentiment ๐Ÿ™‚

Passus didici Mutata

Although I do admit to using Google Translate, so YMMV.

It's a lovely idea, though. Good luck with your tat, I like the sentiment ๐Ÿ™‚

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