English to Latin Translations?

Hey, I was wondering if anyone could tell me the latin translations for the following phrases

Of the night....I thought it was noctis but I'm not sure

Of the light


Of the battle


Any help would be awesome and very much appreciated :]

4 Answers

  • 10 years ago
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    noctis (gen)

    lucis (gen)

    spes (nom noun)

    spero (to hope, verb)

    bellum (gen)

    terminus (nom noun)

    This is going off the top of my head :) Hope it helps!

    nom = nominative form

    gen = genitive form ('of' form)

  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    The second poster was right except for "of the battle".

    Should be:





    terminus (or finis)

    Don't forget to add macrons if this is for a Latin class.

    I find that Wiktionary is a great source to use when I'm not sure about word forms. Maybe it would be helpful to you. :)

    Source(s): AP Latin student
  • aida
    Lv 7
    10 years ago

    J and Valbrandr are both mostly right (and you're right about "noctis"), but "bellum" is "war," and "battle" is "proelium." So "of the battle" is "proelii."

    Source(s): Majored in Latin
  • 10 years ago

    I'm not sure= No estoy seguro

    of the battle= de la guerra

    end= fin

    Source(s): My friend kinda, sorta knows Spanish haha
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