somnium is dream in Latin.
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i think it is Somnium status
The infinitive "to dream by awakening": somniare evigilandoThe imperative "dream by awakening!": somnia evigilando
The Latin equivalent of the English phrase 'moon's dream' is Somnium lunae. In the word-by-word translation, the noun 'somnium' means 'dream'. The noun 'lunae' means 'of the moon'.
I am not even close to fluent in Latin, but since "to dream" is Somniare, and to add the pronoun "I" to a word you must give it the suffix "o" I can only guess that it is either Somnio or Somniaro
Dream (to dream, verb) = Somniare Dream (noun) = Somnium
i think its Saevus Somnium. Saevus being wild, and somnium being dream.
Carpe diem, carpe noctem, carpe somnium.
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America is the Latin root of 'American dream'. The Latin proper noun derives from the Italian form, such as in the name Amerigo Vespucci [March 11, 1454-February 22, 1512]. The Italian proper noun in turn comes from the German 'Almerich'.But the root of 'dream' isn't Latin. Instead, it's from the Old English 'dream', which means 'joy' and which in turn comes from the Old Norse' draum' for 'dream'.Somnium americanum is the Latin equivalent of 'American dream'. The neuter gender noun 'somnium' means 'dream'. The adjective 'americanum' means 'American'.
To say "Who am I?" in Latin you can say "quisnam sum Ego?"
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How you say equal in Latin is "aequus", or you could even say "par" to say equal in Latin.
Literally, Somnio ergo sum ("I dream therefore I am").Be aware, however, that Latin somnio, at least in Classical usage, doesn't have quite the same connotations as English "I dream". The English word can have the quite positive figurative meaning "to imagine a better future". The Latin word, by contrast, implies idleness or delusion. Other translations for this positive sense of "I dream" might be spero, "I hope", or perhaps meliora cogito, "I imagine better things".
infitialis is the word we say in latin