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05:36 Nov 29, 2001
English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: wind
in a motto
nicole
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5ventusxxxSCOALB
4 +1ventus
yeswhere


  

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ventus


Explanation:
ventus=wind (masc. nominative singular)
if in accusative form, should be ventum.




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ventus


Explanation:
The first meaning of ventus is "wind"; however it can be used also for "rumor" and for "favor". During the declension it changes the suffixes according to Nominative case until the Ablative.

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