A Latin equivalent of the English 'May God bless you' is Deus te benedicat. In the word-by-word translation, the noun 'Deus' means 'God'. The personal pronoun 'te' means 'you', as the second person singular form. The verb 'benedicat' means '[he/she/it] blesses, does bless, is blessing'. Another Latin equivalent is Deus vos benedicat. The personal pronoun 'vos' is the second person plural form, as 'you all'. It's used when more than one listener or reader is being blessed.
To say the words villa God's gift in Latin one would say Dei enim donum est villa. These words are said in Italian as dono di Dio villa.
Gift = Donum
un regalo de Dios
Gratia Dei sola.
Gift from the Gods happened in 1984.
Gift from the Gods was created in 1984.
"Dominus fecit" is "God has made this." That might be the more even-handed way to say "A gift from God"
Cadeau de dieux
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Donum dei (thank you) gratias
oh im so glad you ask. well if you mean gift of god then, Dorothy is it or gift from god than is nathon by the way my name is Dorothy and my b boy is Nathan. My name is shona and it mean god's GRACIOUS gift slightly different but that's the closest i can get! Listen 2 Dorothy if you only want gods gift though x
Yes, Hercules did. It is the ultimate gift of the gods.<--- yeah, but not just a gift its a feat earned. <--- Yes, but it is a gift after doing something to earn it.
The Latin word for gods is di, for god is deus.Some of the main Roman gods' names were -JupiterJunoMarsVenusMinervaNeptuneCeresVulcanDianaBacchusMercuryVesta