How to say 'of' in latin
The exact Latin translation of the word 'of' depends on the context within which it's used. In some cases, 'de' is used, particularly if it's use in a sentence written in medieval language.
That depends on the context of what you are saying, Latin is very complex.
usually "de" (spanish)
De, ex e, and ec all mean of and from depending on the context they are used in
De means "of" in Latin.