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|English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: Book of Wizards|
|There is a book written in English, a little bit like 'Lord of the Rings'. But as far as I understand it, it is called somethings like the "Book of Wizards" - only the title is still in Latin. So I need to know what this title is in Latin! Help? Thank you.|
|Latin translation:Liber Veneficorum/Magorum|
a logical translation would be "liber veneficorum" (or magorum), where "liber" is "book" and "veneficorum/magorum" means "of the Wizards" (plural).
"of the wizard" as a singular noun would be "magi/venefici".
Hope you find your book :)
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