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.
For questions about translating English words or phrases into Latin. Bulk translation requests are off-topic.
Questions concerning Latin of the classical era, approximately 75 BCE to 300 CE
for questions concerning the meaning and usage of individual words or a few words in conjunction with each other.
Questions concerning Greek (late antiquity or older) either in relation to Latin or in itself. New Testament Greek questions should focus on language, not exegesis.
For questions about etymology: the history of words in Latin or the change in meaning as the words are loaned into another language.
For getting community feedback on an attempted translation.
For questions concerning expressions, word-plays, symbolic language, metaphors and the likes.
For questions about translating Latin words or phrases into English. Bulk translation requests are off-topic.
When asking which choice (case, tense, mood etc.) is grammatical in a given situation, use this tag.
Syntax are the rules for how sentences and phrases are constructed in a language, including word order and how words change based on their relations to other words (snl.no/syntaks).
Questions concerning verbs: words describing action.
For questions requesting translations of full sentences.
For questions regarding the meaning or connotation of a word or phrase.
Questions regarding the pronunciation of Latin words or syllables, or the history of Latin pronunciation. The desired time period for the pronunciation in question should be added.
For questions regarding specific words for a specific purpose.
Questions regarding the Latin of the Medieval period, approximately 500–1400
For questions about comparing two or more words, not for comparative forms of adjectives.
For questions about morphology.
For questions about declension—the inflection of Latin nouns and adjectives to mark grammatical features such as case and number.
when asking about a grammatical structure you cannot name and want explained.
Questions regarding Latin since the year 1900
For questions regarding how Latin has changed over time.
For questions about adjectives.
Questions related to aspects of Latin as used in poetry.
Questions regarding Latin in the modern era, approximately 1400–1900
For questions related to history. Bear in mind that questions about only history are off-topic; there should be a connection to Latin.
For questions that ask for an example of usage of a particular word or construction, either artificial or from literature.
For questions about personal names (Ancient and Modern) in the Latin language.
used for questions concerning the liturgical and codified language of the church from the end of antiquity until today.
For questions concerning how to choose the correct word from a selection of similar-looking alternatives
for questions about how modern words and concepts should be translated to Latin
Questions about the language used in the Vulgate (or Vulgata), a late fourth-century translation of the Bible.
For questions about conjugating Latin verbs.