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English to Latin Random Words and Phrases

This page contains two lists - one of random Latin words and the other of random Latin phrases. The lists are quite random, so they are bound to add something new to your Latin vocabulary.

Below you'll find translations for words like dragon, fire, miracle, and phrases like bringer of death, midnight vampire, and never tickle a sleeping dragon.

Note: Words in bold added during the last update. You can also view this list of random words and phrases from Latin to English.


English to Latin Random Words

Dragon ➔ Draco

Faithful ➔ Fidelis

Fire ➔ Ignis

Miracle ➔ Miraculum

Moon ➔ Luna

Mule ➔ Mulus

School ➔ Scholae


English to Latin Random Phrases

Bringer of death ➔ Addo of nex

From spikes to stars ➔ Per aspera ad astra

Let the living die ➔ Permissum victus intereo

Midnight vampire ➔ Medium nox noctis lamia

Never tickle a sleeping dragon ➔ Draco dormiens nunquam titilandus

Save me from the evil, save me from the danger ➔ Servatis a maleficum, servatis a periculum

Seize the day ➔ Carpe diem


*List of random Latin words last updated: March 7, 2018.

Comprehension:

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1. What does the Latin phrase servatis a maleficum servatis a periculum mean in English?

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Corrections?

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The Fine Print

I don't speak Latin myself, so there could be mistakes in the translations. Most of what is here is user-submitted, but I do try to check for accuracy and make corrections as I can. Thanks for your understanding.



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