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Which is the correct Latin translation of farm animals

 
 
Reply Thu 11 Nov, 2010 07:43 am
I would greatly appreciate it if someone could please tell me the correct Latin translation of 'Farm Animals'. Is it 'Agri Animalis' or 'Bestia Agri'? I was also wondering what would be the closest Latin translation of 'Feather(ed) Friend(s)'. The best I can do is, 'Pluma Amicus'.
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Reply Thu 11 Nov, 2010 08:06 am
@gio-vanna-leigh,
gio-vanna-leigh wrote:
I would greatly appreciate it if someone could please tell me the correct
Latin translation of 'Farm Animals'. Is it 'Agri Animalis' or 'Bestia Agri'?
I was also wondering what would be the closest Latin translation of
'Feather(ed) Friend(s)'. The best I can do is, 'Pluma Amicus'.

Generally animal is used of any living creature, bestia of those that are
not human. The word pecus is used to refer to livestock, which is what
I assume you mean by "farm animals".

Feathered Friend --> Amicus Plumatus
Feathered Friends --> Amici Plumati
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