Tags

A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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For questions about passive voice, whether morphology, syntax, or something else.
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For questions related to all kinds of dictionaries.
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For questions about irregular words of any kind: verbs, nouns, adjectives, and other.
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Questions relating to the works of Ovid or Publius Ovidius Naso (43 BC – AD 17/18).
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For questions related to Spanish, including but not limited to: Latin etymology of words, as well as translations between Latin and Spanish (in either direction)
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For questions about Lingua Latina Per Se Illustrata (LLPSI) by Hans Henning Ørberg.
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For questions about Roman calendars, as well as the Latin terms we use to express them.
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For questions about food.
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Questions requesting a specific reference to a word, grammatical construct, or other language element, such as in the writings of a particular author.
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For questions about the imperative mood used for orders.
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For questions about Publius Vergilius Maro and his work.
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For questions about the dative case.
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For questions about grammarians, or people who have studied grammar. Not to be confused with tags related to grammar itself.
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For questions about naming cities, countries, islands and other places in Latin.
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For questions about the epic Aeneis by Vergilius (Aeneid by Vergil).
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For questions related to mythology. If the question is not related to Latin language, consider asking at mythology.SE instead: http://mythology.stackexchange.com/.
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For questions about technical or specialized words in fields like grammar, IT, politics, sports, etc.
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Questions regarding the Latin immediately following Classical Latin (approximately AD 300–500)
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For questions regarding origins of words, phrases, structures, and other things. Consider also using the tag "etymology".
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For questions related to French. Questions solely about French are off-topic, but relations between French and Latin are on-topic.
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For questions about gerundives (not to be confused with gerunds).