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In my opinion “I wonder” is such a versatile expression in English that it is futile to wish for a direct Latin equivalent that would cover all uses. For example, with sentence questions, “I wonder” often means little more than “maybe.” I haven't seen the cat in a while. I wonder if he is sleeping. Felem aliquamdiu non vidi. Nescio an dormiat. On the other ...


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Based on German "Ich frage mich", I started out with inquiro, but that does not cover it. Then I wondered: would miror do?


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