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Latin-English Translation of
Engraved sword wedding

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Engraved sword wedding gift  
by Jenh, 2017-08-17, 21:38  Spam?  192.207.21...
I want to engrave
"My hero, my protector, my love"
On a sword for my future husband as a wedding gift. I just want to make sure google translate doesn't mess me up. Thank you.
Answer:
by khanzat, 2017-08-18, 16:53  Spam?  80.49.67....
 #876702
"Heros, protector, amator meus"

Meus is "my", you can write it after each noun (heros meus, etc.) if you like it. But it isn't necessary in Latin.

Because it's for an engraving, perhaps it would be cool to write as they would have done it in Roman times:

HEROS·PROTECTOR·AMATOR·MEVS

(Only capital letters, no spaces, only a point · and v and u are the same letter).

Enjoy your wedding!
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by Jenh, 2017-08-23, 18:46  Spam?  192.207.21...
 #877027
Thanks for the help. I think I will use that. I am also going to put his last name and our wedding date. Do you have a recommendation for how to write 9/23/17 or September 23, 2017?
Answer:
by khanzat, 2017-08-23, 19:25  Spam?  80.49.67....
 #877032
In New Latin it would be:

Septembris, 23, a.2017
23 Sep. 2017

In the Classical Roman calendar it was:

a.d.IX kal. Oct. MMXVII

...which is too complicated.

Sep. 23, 2017 looks nice.

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