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Latin translation: The Heavenly Hawks are One Team

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Latin term or phrase:Caelestes Accipites Sunt Unus Iugalis
Latin translation:The Heavenly Hawks are One Team
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15:06 Jan 27, 2002
Latin to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
/ Athletic motto
Latin term or phrase: The Heavenly Hawks are One Team!
As a school athletic motto
Mark Jay
Caelestes accipitres una factio sunt
Explanation:
Caelestes: heavenly
Accipitres : hawks (singular nominative accipiter)
Factio : team (work or sport team)
una: one
sunt : are

In Latin such phrases the verb is usually put in the ending.
I studied Latin at high school for 5 years , so I'm pretty sure about this translation.
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Caelestes accipitres una factio sunt


Explanation:
Caelestes: heavenly
Accipitres : hawks (singular nominative accipiter)
Factio : team (work or sport team)
una: one
sunt : are

In Latin such phrases the verb is usually put in the ending.
I studied Latin at high school for 5 years , so I'm pretty sure about this translation.

darkeol
Local time: 03:42
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
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