I'm building the brand for a web development company, and I'm using Latin for the name and slogan. However, as I am not familiar with the language, I would like some help clarifying meanings to avoid ending up like a failed tattoo.
Lux Astrum — Perfectiō jacet inter astra
Which, according to my research so far, translates to
Bright Star — Perfection lies between the stars
Now, I know
lux can also translate to
light, which is kinda redundant for a star, but at the same time I understand words can have different meanings.
The more pressing matter however, is the usage of a diacritic (macron) on the
o. I've found it in various places used like that, but I've also found it without it.
The question therefore is: Is the phrase in the first blockquote correctly translated in the second one? Can
Lux Astrum translate to
Bright Star and is
perfectiō an acceptable written form of the word
The reason for using Latin, as well as more details about the company are out of scope. I'm only interested in the validity of the name and slogan.