Uranus is a Latin word- it means heavenly in English
Iuppiter, Iovis, masculine.
No, but Ouranos was a god and his name in Latin was Uranus.
you say helmet in latin (casco)<- in latin
To say "Who am I?" in Latin you can say "quisnam sum Ego?"
How do you say determined in Latin?
Scientists say that Uranus is a 'tipped over' because it may have been tipped over by a collision with a massive object.
infitialis is the word we say in latin
To say the word lightning in Latin, a person would say the word "ignis." To say thunder in Latin, the word is "tonitrua."
There are no articles in Latin. (a, the, an)
my is "mihi" in latin
Gaea, Terra, Tellus are all the Roman (Latin) names of Gaia, Gaiê, Gê- a Greek goddess.
"Sī placet" is how you say "please" in Latin.
legato is how you would say legacy in Latin.