Florence T.

asked • 01/19/21

Requesting Latin translation for "garden in a house/home."

Hi, I'm working on a hypothetical project in Chicago, a city that has the motto "Urbs in Horto" or "City in a Garden."


My project is to put a "garden" into an iconic house. The garden wants to be more like a terrarium - a bubble of glass with plants and perhaps birds. I'm looking for the appropriate title, in Latin, that ideally relates to "Urbs in Horto."


I like the sound of the word "vivarium" and tentatively use the title "Vivarium domum," which I hope means "garden/terrarium in a house/home."


Can someone tell me if the Latin phrase is appropriate? Are there connotations that would be important to adjust? Please let me know.

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Florence T.

Thanks! I appreciate the closeness to the original motto.
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