QUOTE (miget man12 @ Dec 12 2009, 06:46 PM)
Fabula means "Story", "Fable", etc.
us (emphasis on there being an N
) means "Great" but you'd probably want to use "Magnis" instead, it makes more sense.
and Crystallis isn't actually latin, but a latinized word from "Crystal" meaning "Of the crystal" Fabula magnis crystallis
Tale of the great crystalFabula magnus crystallis
doesn't make any sense, because you've got an adjective that doesn't match either of the two nouns Fabula magna crystallis
Great tale of the Crystal
No, I'm sorry but that's all wrong.Crystallum, i
is a latin word indeed, meaning a crystal, a gem or even ice.Crystallis
does not mean "of the crystal", that would be crystalli
(genitive case, singular form).
"Tale of the great crystal" could be translated into "Fabula magni crystalli".