Carmen is the Latin word meaning spell
the same way you spell it in German
To in Latin is tu.
How do u spell fiffty nine in German
Alot of them aren't in a real language it is made up. some are latin and the spell in gingerbread is in german.
The Old English word was 'wulf' the German was 'wolf' Old Norse was 'ulfr' and Latin was 'Lupus'
Silvia is of Latin origin and a common name in Germany. It can be spelt Silvia or Sylvia and is pronounced 'Zilvia'.
While German does contain words borrowed from Latin, it is not "based on" Latin the way Italian is.
The Latin word for why is 'cur.'
"Eins" is how you spell the number "one" in German.
Zwei is how you spell two in German.
first learn how to spell it in English now in latin queen= Regina
You spell it "Straße".
Death in Latin is mors.
The Latin spelling is "Maria".
The German word for how is wie.
The German word for Why is Varrum
french: aujourd'hui german: heute latin: hodie
If you mean: how do you say Germany in Latin: Germania. If you mean: what does "german(us)" mean in Latin: common or germane.
No. German has a few words that have Latin origins, but since it is not a Romance language, the Latin influences are not common.
Latin uses the same alphabet as English. You would spell it the same way.
Hahnah is how spell Hannah in german, i should know, my name is Hahnah. :]