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What's the most common word in Latin?

Christopher Francese compiled a frequency list of the most common Latin words and ranks them. This is done by lemma, not forms. The top five are: et sum, esse, fui, futurum qui, quae, quod -que in ...
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What's the most common word in Latin?

Et If we are treating distinct forms as separate words, et (mentioned in a comment by Cairnarvon) seems likely to be the winner, based on brief corpus searches of promising candidates. 198,519 ...
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Have Late Latin texts using "ipse, ipsa, ipsum" as definite articles been found?

The Peregrinatio referred to in the answer you linked to does also use ipse in the way you describe. The Wikipedia article on Egeria references this, and it has a link to the actual text as well. Note ...
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