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

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10:16 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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thank you for your answer. it was indeed helpful and made our friend's birthday more special. however, in another translation, the birthday was not referred to as laetus.

anyway, we used your translation. thank you once again.

REA CO
3 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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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
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thank you for your answer. it was indeed helpful and made our friend's birthday more special. however, in another translation, the birthday was not referred to as laetus.

anyway, we used your translation. thank you once again.

REA CO
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