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For questions related to use of Latin in academia, for example Latin phrases or diplomas. Notice that this does not mean Latin at an academic level of study, but rather Latin questions related to univ…
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)
For questions about irregular words of any kind: verbs, nouns, adjectives, and other.
Questions requesting a specific reference to a word, grammatical construct, or other language element, such as in the writings of a particular author.
For questions about the dative case.
Questions relating to the works of Ovid or Publius Ovidius Naso (43 BC – AD 17/18).
For questions about food.
For questions about Publius Vergilius Maro and his work.
For questions about grammarians, or people who have studied grammar. Not to be confused with tags related to grammar itself.
For questions about Roman calendars, as well as the Latin terms we use to express them.
For questions about naming cities, countries, islands and other places in Latin.
For questions about the epic Aeneis by Vergilius (Aeneid by Vergil).
For questions about the imperative mood used for orders.
For questions regarding origins of words, phrases, structures, and other things. Consider also using the tag "etymology".
Questions regarding the Latin immediately following Classical Latin (approximately AD 300–500)
For questions about technical or specialized words in fields like grammar, IT, politics, sports, etc.
For questions related to mythology. If the question is not related to Latin language, consider asking at mythology.SE instead: http://mythology.stackexchange.com/.
For questions about gerundives (not to be confused with gerunds).
Questions related to strategies, methods or techniques for learning Latin.
For questions about grammatical cases (nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, ablative and vocative). Consider also using the tags 'declension' and 'morphologia'.