how do you say warrior of God in latin?

i would just like to know how do you say it the right way

3 Answers

  • Bellator Dei.

    Do not use 'miles dei.' That means 'soldier of God,' and to a Roman, a soldier was a trained, disciplined fighting man, a member of a legion. A warrior (bellator) was an udisciplined, untrained barbarian. There are two different words on purpose. Don't assume thet're synonyms.

  • "Miles Dei"

    Miles means "soldier", which is basically the same as warrior, and Dei means "of God".

  • "bellātor deī" or "mīles deī"

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