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How do you say ruler in Latin?

Updated: 10/10/2023
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In Italian a translation is sovrano. Always remember that depending on the context of your sentences, the translation can vary. There may also be slang terminology if you were to travel to Italy. Keep in mind that online translators may not always be correct, they are a reflection of the exact words you have typed in.

it depends- ruler like government or the classroom object. on Google translator it tells you the govermnent kind. it's 'riga' for the classroom object. hope that helped :)

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The general term in Latin for "ruler" is rector. A "commander" is imperator. A tool for drawing a straight line is regula.

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