What Is The English To Latin Translation For "Beware Of The King Of Ithaca"?


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There are some few websites that translate English to Latin for free., for one.

The phrase you asked about gets translated as

Caveo de rex de Ithaca

Also possible, I reckon, (one word at a time translation)

Praecaveo de Ithaca Regis

That said, Latin has lots of funny grammar rules (funny compared to English).  So you'd be best off finding someone who has studied the language well, to make sure the grammar on those suggestions is reasonably acceptable.

Plus, how it's written may not really be how you would say it in English -- the letters had different sounds in Latin, too.  So you need to find a real expert to get a decent pronunciation as well as the right words and grammar.

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