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|English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: I control|
|It is to be the name for a supernatural being in a short story. They all have latin names relating to what they do.|
Paola´s three are alll good, these are just two more options. Paola´s are all word of ruling (domino is like dominate, rego is related to rex, regis, a king, and is what a king does, impero is what an Emperor does).
My two have the "Prae-" prefix, which implies being first, or premier, in the sense of being No. 1. Praesideo is of course the root of "president".
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