I would like to name a product in Latin because I find it original and attractive language. I was looking for a translation for the words "great advice" so I found "Magnificus Consilium" which was supposed to mean either "Grand Idea" or "great advice". but then I figured it can't be right since the gender should be the same between the noun and adjective.
So I came up with "Magnificum Consilium". I wonder if this is the correct version if I would like the product to symbolize something like "Grand Idea" or "great advice"? Also I found that the adjective can be written before or after the noun. Is this really the case and if so, is it still preferable to write after the noun.