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Bookplate translation into Latin
Thread poster: tanaudel
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German to English
Jan 20, 2005

Hi, if this is the wrong forum for this question, feel free to tell me where to go.

I have learned little Latin beyond a few legal phrases. I wanted to have the following phrase translated into Latin (for a bookplate):

"Whatever the season, birds sing among my leaves".

An acquaintance suggested the following, but I have no way of knowing whether it is accurate:

Sidere mutato in frondibus meis semper canticant aves.

If anyone can agree/disagree, that would be great, thanks.

Kathleen.


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