Skip to main content
Kingshorsey's user avatar
Kingshorsey's user avatar
Kingshorsey's user avatar
Kingshorsey
  • Member for 6 years, 4 months
  • Last seen this week
4 votes
Accepted

Imposing Conditions On The Conditional

3 votes
Accepted

What are auscultatores?

3 votes

Greek: Function of ὅτι in 2Cor 2:14-15

3 votes
Accepted

Fair Enough--Revisited

3 votes

On the use (or not) of genitive in some verses of the Vulgata

3 votes
Accepted

Plus quam umquam sciebas oblitus sum

3 votes
Accepted

Quo mortuo nuntiato (Cicero) // Ab urbe condita nuntiata (?)

3 votes
Accepted

"Oro Dominum" vel "Oro ad Dominum"?

3 votes
Accepted

Translation Problems in Cicero's "de Finibus"

3 votes

A Translation Problem from Quintillian's Lesser Declamations

3 votes

Idiom like "Fair enough!"

3 votes
Accepted

Summa Theologiae - se extendit

3 votes
Accepted

Is "intrum" a word?

3 votes

Tibullus: Neu quisquam multo percussum tempora baccho Excitet

3 votes

Tibullus: Hunc puer, hunc iuvenis turba circumterit arta

3 votes

Kind sentence or formula to end a letter to a close friend

3 votes
Accepted

A curious use of "temere"

3 votes

Wondering about a very simple construction

3 votes
Accepted

Is Titus-Livy's "ab Urbe Condita" 26.1.9 an Example of Informal Indirect Speech?

3 votes
Accepted

How to say "Math Student" or other subjects

3 votes

Passive of verbs that take dative cases

3 votes
Accepted

Is This Noun in the Dative or Ablative

2 votes

Translate: “If God Is For Me.”

2 votes

Is there any Neo-Latin word for the concepts of "hacking" and "hacker"?

2 votes
Accepted

Problem with lines 8.21-8.22 of Ovids Amores 1.8

2 votes

The Triumph of Hope over Experience

2 votes
Accepted

An Indirect Question with a Subordinate Clause

2 votes

Phrasing "based on" in Latin

2 votes

Help with Latin translation from a 17th century ecclesiastical Latin book

2 votes

Ergo, ex nihilo aliquid et ex nihilo nihil fit