Literally, Habeo unam sororem. But Est mihi soror una ("there is to me one sister") is more idiomatic. But with correct Latin word order, unam sorōrem habeō.
A person can say "my sister" in Latin by saying "sororem." The Latin word for sister is sorella, while the Latin word for brother is frater.
Pulcher soror means beautiful sister in latin!
Non ego sororis ("I don't have a sister" in Latin)
Twin sister = Soror gemina
soror animi mei
One in Latin is "unus"
Aeternam Animae Sororis
Sororem/germanam meam amo
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The correct answer will be she is a sister of .
To say bye in Latin you say "Vale" when you are saying bye to one person. To say bye to mare then one person you say "Valete"
I have one sister. Ich habe eine Schwester.
Ella tiene una hermana. She has one sister
sanctimonialis (as in sister/nun)
The Japanese word for 'little sister' is "Imōto" (妹) = little sister If you intended to say "one little sister" it would be said "Imōto ga hitori" or "Imōto ga ichi nin."