Bubo Duo in foro est! XD
This sentence would be perfect!
Maybe we will see Duo getting finally rid of all those drunk parrots:
Bubo Duo plurimos psittacos ebrios pulsat et interficit!
Does the location of the subject in a Latin sentence have any effect on its "definiteness" (i.e., whether it refers to "an owl" vs. "the owl"), the way it can in other languages without articles? In Russian, for example, putting the subject at the front of the sentence can imply that you are talking about "the owl," while putting it at the end of the sentence can make it "an owl." Does the word order in Latin have a similar effect on meaning? Thanks!