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Well, interesting is actually quite Latin, given that it comes (I believe) from interest, which means (among other things), "it matters" or "it is of concern." So one way to do it would be to say mihimeá interest ("it matters to me, it makes a difference to me"), but that doesn't have the positive connotations that "interesting" has.

Another way to say it—and the one I usually use (and have heard other Latin speakers use), given that it does have that positive connotation—is studium excitat, "it arouses eagerness/zeal/study."

Alas, if you're looking for an actual adjective, you may be SOL.

Well, interesting is actually quite Latin, given that it comes (I believe) from interest, which means (among other things), "it matters" or "it is of concern." So one way to do it would be to say mihi interest ("it matters to me, it makes a difference to me"), but that doesn't have the positive connotations that "interesting" has.

Another way to say it—and the one I usually use (and have heard other Latin speakers use), given that it does have that positive connotation—is studium excitat, "it arouses eagerness/zeal/study."

Alas, if you're looking for an actual adjective, you may be SOL.

Well, interesting is actually quite Latin, given that it comes (I believe) from interest, which means (among other things), "it matters" or "it is of concern." So one way to do it would be to say meá interest ("it matters to me, it makes a difference to me"), but that doesn't have the positive connotations that "interesting" has.

Another way to say it—and the one I usually use (and have heard other Latin speakers use), given that it does have that positive connotation—is studium excitat, "it arouses eagerness/zeal/study."

Alas, if you're looking for an actual adjective, you may be SOL.

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Well, interesting is actually quite Latin, given that it comes (I believe) from interest, which means (among other things), "it matters" or "it is of concern." So one way to do it would be to say mihi interest ("it matters to me, it makes a difference to me"), but that doesn't have the positive connotations that "interesting" has.

Another way to say it—and the one I usually use (and have heard other Latin speakers use), given that it does have that positive connotation—is studium excitat, "it arouses eagerness/zeal/study."

Alas, if you're looking for an actual adjective, you may be SOL.