Hello, I am writing a book (isn't everyone?!) that uses lots of latin phrases for spells etc. In fact, my book is called Evalesco ('ones with power' - right?!) It's not massively complicated stuff, just a few words for spells. The only thing is, I can't work out if I'm using them in the right context and nothing on Google seems to help! For example: accendo -cendere -cendi -censum, to kindle, set alight, set on fire. Transf., to fire, inflame, excite. I format the spells in my book like: "Dicio, Incendium, Accendo" Dicio - A word of power to ignite the magic in their blood. Incendium - Their Mage name (Otherwise Fulgor (Lightning), Aqua (Water), Glacies (Ice) and Anima (Air). - If anyone thinks these are wrong, please tell me - also looking for a cooler name for water than 'Aqua'. (LOL!) If I wanted to format a spell using the above as an example, could I use: "Dicio, Incendium, Accendo censum"? What would this make the spell? Any help would be soooooo appreciated, I am absolutely hopeless but adore latin, and if I had the brain would study it! Many thanks, Jodi.