Does it matter where do you put the adjective in Latin, i.e. whether you put it in front of the described noun or just after it? Would "Charta Magna" sound less 'correct' than "Magna Charta"? Bona filia agricolae cēnam parat. vs Filia bona agricolae cēnam parat. - any difference? To be more specific, I'd like to write a short story with the title "Silver thoughts" in Latin (of course, only the title is to be in Latin, the story itself in English). At first, I wanted to call it "Cogitamenta argentea", but then I remembered that usually the adjective comes first (at least in English, Polish and many other languages...). Still, I'm not so sure if it the order really matters that much in Latin. So, would "Argentea cogitamenta" be better?