"Wolf and Lion" in Latin
(Vancouver, Canada )
I am trying to translate the phrase: "Wolf and Lion" in Latin.
I have so far come up with this through google translate: "Lupum et Leonem."
Also, is it ok to capitalize the "L" in both words as this phrase is a title of a story.
In this case, Google Translate is correct. Lupum et Leonem
means Wolf and Lion. However, the forms given are direct objects. The subject forms are Lupus et Leo
For a story about a wolf and a lion, Latin would use a prepositional phrase: De Lupo et Leone
One last thing, both words here are masculine, meaning male animals. A she-wolf and a lioness have different forms.Lupam et Leonam.
(Ojects)Lupa et Leona.
(Subjects)De lupa et Leona.
Hope this helps, and thanks for asking a Latin teacher.