sounds of stories

Diogenes00

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Hello, I'm wondering if I can get a translation of the phrase "Sounds of Stories". Of course I tried Google Translate but not sure if that's accurate, it comes up as "Sonitus fabulis."

would there be another word for stories instead of "Fabula" that could be used? I'm asking because people may think the phrase is saying that something is fabulous lol.

I also would be curious on whether "Sounds from Stories" would have a different translation? Right now this is for a music project I'm working on, so I think "Sounds of Stories" is more suitable. But if I can get both translations that would be great.
 

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Civis Illustris
Since he asked for the plural 'sounds', wouldn't it be soni?
 
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Civis Illustris
You can go with sonus as well. Should be fine.
 

Diogenes00

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Thanks for the help guys!

So I went with Sonus Fabellarum in the end and I'm liking it already. I just want to be accurate when people ask, so does it mean Sound of Stories or Sounds of Stories exactly? Even if it means Sound of Stories that's fine too, but I just want to know for my own sake. Does the Fabellarum part automatically make it mean Sounds in plural or?


If you can let me know that'd be really appreciated!
 

Diogenes00

New Member
Okay. So "Sonus Fabellarum" means "sound of stories" then?

I actually prefer "Sonus" instead of "Soni" so I will go with the original translation

thanks!
 

R. Seltza

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Okay. So "Sonus Fabellarum" means "sound of stories" then?
Yes, sonus is singular. It means "sound".

Sonus Fabellarum translates as "sound of stories".
 

Callaina

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Since he asked for the plural 'sounds', wouldn't it be soni?
There is a rarer fourth-declension form, if the OP prefers sonus to soni (it will be ambiguous between singular and plural, then, of course).
 
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