Come to me; I summon you.

By litluminary, in 'Fantasy & Sci Fi Projects', Dec 11, 2018.

  1. litluminary New Member

    I am writing a fantasy story and need a Latin translation for this sentence: “Come to me; I summon you.”

    The speaker is an adult man. He is addressing a gender-neutral chthonic spirit—authoritatively, but with respect.

    Thank you in advance for your help!

  2. LCF a.k.a. Lucifer

    • Civis Illustris
    Apud Inferos
    veni, te ad me arcesso
    veni ad me, te arcesso
  3. litluminary New Member

    Thank you for your answer.

    I notice that you translated the phrase with two different word orders. Is there any meaningful difference between the two? And if so, what is it?

    I appreciate your help!
  4. LCF a.k.a. Lucifer

    • Civis Illustris
    Apud Inferos
    come, to me I summon you
    come to me, I summon you
  5. litluminary New Member

    Thank you. I see the slight shift in emphasis now.

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