I've found the following sentence in an exercise (pensum A) at the end of chapter XXVI of Lingua latina per se illustrata. Familia Romana:
Paulum satis est ad beātē vīvendum.
I don't understand the ...
I am trying to understand the connotation of “vagitus” before it was adopted by the English language in the 17th century:
According to Etymonline, vagitus
crying of a newborn child, 1650s, from Latin ...
I'm looking for a nuanced answer here about what kind of connotation 'ut' carries when being used comparatively.
Does 'ut' usually have a broad meaning such as the English word 'like' or is it usually ...
Plus explanation. From sources, I've heard that those are
I may be wrong....
I ask this because in virtually all the Romance languages, the respective descendants simply mean fire, yet when I come across the term in classical literature specifically, it usually meant 'hearth'. ...
I have come across this word a few times in more later Latin texts. Would this word be merely synonymous with 'num' and 'quid' or is there a different shade of meaning that can be explained through a ...
Ksar Sbahi (Or Ksar Sebihi) is a town in the district of Oum El Bouaki, Algeria.
Under the Roman occupation, the same town held the name (Gadiovala / Kadiofala).
I wonder ir someone can explain the ...
How did the perfect tense evolve in each romance language?
For example is the Preterito Perfeito functionally equivalent to the Latin Perfect Tense?
Hier j'ai ...
Is it better to say argumentum a/ab contrario or e/ex contrario?
It seems that both are acceptable but in most Romance languages it is a contrario.
The movement out/from is not clear/explicit/graphic ...
While I am working on a Minecraft resource pack that changes the Latin, which hopefully fixes some rough spots in it, I came back to a problem which strikes me occasionally with colors ...
While answering this question on a motto related to computers, I was going to question the authority of Vicipaedia's use of words derived from programma, particularly action nouns from ...