I was reading an article today and came across the Latin words imago dei. Most of you will probably already know this (I didn't), but it means "image of God." "Imago" surely means image. But ''dei"--something about it, maybe the ei in it, made me think of Romanian, of the way the genitive is formed.
And sure enough, just as an example, (a) god of hope is written (I think) "(un) dumnezeu sperantei."
This language has so much Latin influence. Perhaps this is another?