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Latin translation: Laetus dies natalis tibi, dulcis Dodie nostra!

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10:13 Jun 14, 2001
English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: happy birtday our sweet
happy birthday our sweet Dodie!
Rea Co
Latin translation:Laetus dies natalis tibi, dulcis Dodie nostra!
Explanation:
Laetus dies natalis tibi, dulcis Dodie nostra!

Several variants are possible: TIBI omitted, TIBI SIT rather than TIBI, etc.

LAETUS: "happy" (adjective modifying DIES)
DIES: "day"
NATALIS: "birth-, birthday" (adjective modifying DIES)
TIBI: "to you, for you"
(SIT): "may it be"
DULCIS: "sweet"
NOSTRA: "our, ours" (feminine form)
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Wigtil
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Your translation made my friend's birthday more special! However, the term Laetus was not used in another translation I found.

We used your translation anyway. Thanks so much.


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naLaetus dies natalis tibi, dulcis Dodie nostra!Wigtil


  

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Laetus dies natalis tibi, dulcis Dodie nostra!


Explanation:
Laetus dies natalis tibi, dulcis Dodie nostra!

Several variants are possible: TIBI omitted, TIBI SIT rather than TIBI, etc.

LAETUS: "happy" (adjective modifying DIES)
DIES: "day"
NATALIS: "birth-, birthday" (adjective modifying DIES)
TIBI: "to you, for you"
(SIT): "may it be"
DULCIS: "sweet"
NOSTRA: "our, ours" (feminine form)



    Ph. D. in ancient Greek, college instructor of Latin, Greek, and other languages.
Wigtil
PRO pts in pair: 11
Grading comment
Your translation made my friend's birthday more special! However, the term Laetus was not used in another translation I found.

We used your translation anyway. Thanks so much.

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