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Questions regarding Latin in the modern era, approximately 1400–1900

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In the course of trying to construct an accurate diminutive form of the word abdomen - which for the record is Latin in origin (in the form abdōmen), having been borrowed by English via Middle French …
asked Mar 25 '17 by MarqFJA87
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I came across the word tantibus while reading this page (as part of a bigger word, amalgotantibus), where it's claimed to be Latin for "nightmare"; a little bit of digging also revealed that it's the …
asked Oct 2 '18 by MarqFJA87