1. mbglaccum New Member

    I am looking for the proper translation into Latin of the phrase "Brothers Present".

    The context would be a descriptive heading for a listing of members present/in attendance as detailed in the minutes of a meeting for a fraternal organization.

    Example:


    JUNE 2018 MEETING OF THE LEGION OF SCIENCE

    FRATRES PRAESENTI
    Isaac Newton
    Copernicus
    Galileo
    Stephen Hawking


    The thought was that "Fratres Praesenti" or even "Fratres In Praesenti" might be a suitable, but perhaps a more knowledgeable person will be generous with a proper translation.

    Many thanks.

    Matt
  2. Imperfacundus Reprobatissimus

    • Civis Illustris
    It would be like this: Fratres Praesentes

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