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Tyler Durden
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Why does domus have masculine forms?

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1 answer
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Is there a root word for -scendo?

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1 answer
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How is that there are two different words, comparo, that appear to be identical?

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Why would an interrogative pronoun be in the genitive (other than meaning "whose")?

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1 answer
845 views

What does the -met ending mean in "vosmet" or "temet"

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816 views

Can we finally know the difference between these words?

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763 views

What does a.d.v. stand for in dates?

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739 views

Sentences with no verb, but an ablative

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720 views

What does "nosse" mean?

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673 views

Is the dative plural of anima animis or animabus?

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664 views

Medieval irregularities in the conjugation of salveo?

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661 views

Use of the personal pronoun demonstratively

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588 views

Does an irregular word decline regularly if it is used as a proper name?

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570 views

The idea of In versus On in Latin

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566 views

Translating Gollum's "Go away and never come back!"

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484 views

What is the difference between 'etiam' and 'enim'?

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1 answer
478 views

Perfect tense used to convey a planned action in the future

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1 answer
453 views

Is unius an irregular genitive?

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434 views

Why are descriptive subjects in the genitive?

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1 answer
434 views

Why does ploro mean lament, but exploro means explore?

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428 views

Having a hard time finding classical examples of eo (the verb)

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417 views

Why do edo (eat) and edo (generate) have different forms?

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1 answer
364 views

Is "aliae alias in partes" an idiom of some kind?

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363 views

When is the genitive used for money rather than the ablative?

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349 views

Why would the subjunctive be used when the indicative seems to be required?

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335 views

How are the objects of comparatives handled grammatically?

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327 views

Is "ad conventus agendos" a dual accusative or does agendos modify conventos?

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326 views

Change of tense from present to imperfect

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308 views

Infinitive as an instruction

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298 views

Why doesn't Caesar use the subjunctive consistently?