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Latin translation: invisibilis / non visum

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05:57 Nov 30, 2001
Latin to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
Latin term or phrase: Unseen
Unseen as in cannot see.
Latin translation:invisibilis / non visum
Explanation:
INVISIBILIS (m.f.)
INVISIBILE (n)
= invisible, what can't be seen
"Qui est imago invisibilis dei, primogenitus omnis creaturae"

NON VISUM
= what is (was) not seen
"Medicamentorum opus, in sectiones quadragintaocto digestum, hactenus in Germania non visum"
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alz
Croatia
Local time: 08:27
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4invisibilis / non visum
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invisibilis / non visum


Explanation:
INVISIBILIS (m.f.)
INVISIBILE (n)
= invisible, what can't be seen
"Qui est imago invisibilis dei, primogenitus omnis creaturae"

NON VISUM
= what is (was) not seen
"Medicamentorum opus, in sectiones quadragintaocto digestum, hactenus in Germania non visum"

alz
Croatia
Local time: 08:27
Native speaker of: Native in CroatianCroatian, Native in ItalianItalian
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