How is 'Salve Regina' translated from Latin into English?

The English translation of the Latin greeting 'Salve, Regina' is the following: Hail, Queen. The word-by-word translation is as follows: 'salve' means 'hail'; and 'regina' means 'queen'. According to classical Latin, the pronunciation is the following: SAHL-way ray-GEE-nah. According to liturgical Latin, the pronunciation is as follows: SAHL-vay ray-DJEE-nah.
The English translation of the Latin greeting 'Salve, Regina' is the following: Hail, Queen. The word-by-word translation is as follows: 'salve' means 'hail'; and 'regina' means 'queen'. According to classical Latin, the pronunciation is the following: SAHL-way ray-GEE-nah. According to liturgical Latin, the pronunciation is as follows: SAHL-vay ray-DJEE-nah.