What does sine metu mean?

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This is the Jameson Family motto bestowed on them in 1500's for fighting pirates on the high seas. The Jameson family makes Irish Whiskey. They fought pirates 'without fear'.
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Sine metu. is Latin for. without fear.
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The translation of the Lithuanian phrase sine metu is without time.
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Sine Metu is a Gaelic saying. It means "without fear". It is on every bottle of Jameson Irish whiskey.
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It does mean "without fear" and it IS Latin.
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