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I am a nonbinary latin student and I do sometimes use masculine, but mainly neuter terms. I realize it is not typically used for humans, but language is made to be adjusted to the people's needs. I think it depends on the individual, but I think most of us use neuter. It doesn't matter if you think it's dehumanizing as long as the nonbinary person is okay ...


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In "academy research fellow" the main word is "fellow" and the two others modify it. In Latin those modifiers become adjectives, "academy-related" and "research-related". This could be academicus and investigatorius or inquisitorius if "researcher" is investigator or inquisitor as my Finnish–Latin–Finnish ...


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For Latin terms for concepts that the Ancients (and Medievals) had no notion of, the Vatican is always a good address. There is a lexicon recentis latinitatis issued by the Libraria Editoria Vaticana, although I'm not sure if it will have highly technical terms, for which you may very likely have to coin some of the words yourself. There is a small Italian–...


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