I need a Latin motto for a group in my campaign again. "Anything for a price", in the sense that anything can be arranged if you can pay enough.
Sorry, I should have specified I wanted answers from people who actually speak Latin. I can use Google myself, thank you very much.
I was looking more for the sense of "sell", rather than "do". Would it still be grammatical if you left the "faciemus" out?Faciemus aliquid ad pecuniam.
We'll do anything for money.
Hmm. I suppose either could work.To clarify: "aliquid" means "something/anything/an arbitrary thing"; "omnia" means "everything/all things". Which phrase you choose depends on which meaning matches your intention more closely.