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What is a skeleton called?

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Translation of "...quae parvas aves capit et est."

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What gender would "this" or "that" be in if there is no subject to describe?

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What is the climax of a story called?

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How To Say "-able" in Latin

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What does this manuscript say?

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Was the term "firmamentum" used outside of Christian or Jewish texts?

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Attack From All Sides

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Usage of "Have to" before The Middle Ages

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John 3:16 In Latin

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Are there Latin puns? [duplicate]

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How does "recte admones" mean "you do well to remind me"?

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Can "per-" be applied to any adjective?

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What do you call a horseman?

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Why do some words from Latin have an English V and others not?

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How does one show that a person or thing is the performer of an action?

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What are oranges in Classical Latin?

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How can "everyone" be singular or plural?

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Can "Quae" Be "Which"?

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When should the perfect tenses be used?

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The Ultimate Lifeform

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Pronouncing "Superfluus"

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Is it acceptable to translate these names in this manner?

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Is there a passive infinitive?

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Pedestrians as Opposed to Riders of Vehicles