The usual word for 'month' in Latin is [mensis].
Alpha latin... Mi star
star = Stella
A silver star in Latin is stella argentea.
I believe star in Latin is 'stella'. hoped i helped =)
Latin constellātiō < cōn ("'with'") + stēlla ("'star, astral body'")
We say fax caelestis.
The Latin word for "month" is mensis.
August -- Augustus Caesar's month; Latin Augustus "Augustus"; Latin Augustus mensis "month of Augustus"; Latin sextilis mensis "sixth month"
The origin of German names for the months is the same as in English:Januar - from Latin ianuarius - month of the god JanusFebruar - from Latin februarius - month of purification - februa meaning purificationMärz - from Latin martius - month of the god marsApril - from Latin aprilus - month of the goddess VenusMai - from Latin maius - month of maia, a Roman earth goddessJuni - from Latin iunius - month of the goddess JunoJuli - from Latin iulius - month of Gaius Julius CeasarAugust - from Latin Augustus - month of Augustus CeasarSeptember - from Latin septem (seven) - September was the 7th month in the Roman calendarOktober - from Latin octo (eight) - October was the 8th month in the Roman calendarNovember - from Latin novo (nine) - November was the 9th month in the Roman calendarDezember - from Latin decem (ten) - December was the 10th month in the Roman calendar
you say helmet in latin (casco)<- in latin
To twinkle = micare. Mica, mica parva Stella = Twinkle, twinkle little star
To say "Who am I?" in Latin you can say "quisnam sum Ego?"
How do you say determined in Latin?