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DDLLB

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Can you translate " Vallum in arva florentia" for me? and also "giaggioli fioriti"?
 
  • Manuela

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    Italy -Italian/English
    I'm not sure about the first one (I believe it's latin) ; Fioriti means that the giaggioli have bloomed ( as for giaggioli, I never heard of them, not in the dictionary either)

    Sorry I couldn't be more help:)
     

    ikester

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    DDLLB said:
    Can you translate " Vallum in arva florentia" for me? and also "giaggioli fioriti"?
    Vallum in arva florentia is Latin, and translates roughly to Flowered valley (valley of flowered soil)

    Giaggioli fioriti
    would be Irises in bloom.

    ciao,
     

    Silvia

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    Italian
    Vallum in arva florentia

    Giaggioli fioriti = iris in full bloom

    Lily is the symbol of Florence

    You can google "giaggioli fioriti" as image and you'll see nice pictures of those flowers :)

    Vallum = valley

    in arva florentia = in blossoming fields or in fields that flower

    Anyway, this is the Italian Forum, so for questions concerning Latin you should ask in the "Other Languages Forum", you know, Italians are not supposed to know Latin ;)
     
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