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Scanning a sotadean verse in Petronius

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Is "Ave Dominus Nox" the correct translation for "Hail to the Lord of Night"?

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blizzard (snowstorm driven by strong, sustained winds)

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How to parse "in eo quod"?

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doodle (verb & noun) scribble absent-mindedly/ a rough drawing made absent-mindedly

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Help with two very simple but opaque gobbets of neo-Latin

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How do you say "The Etruscan language died as many years ago as there are stars in the sky and nobody understands it." in Latin?

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to fiddle while Rome burns

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How to express a prayer intention

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How would the Concept of "Schadenfreude" be Expressed in Latin?

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Is there a Latin dictionary that indicates word frequency?

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Knowing the two quantities of 'est'

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how best to express 'in case of...'

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Sentence in Rhetorica ad Herennium

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Why is Cnaeus rendered as Νάϊος in RGDA?

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What would this site be called in Latin?

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The opposing meanings of the word donec?

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Minimal pair for hidden quantity

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How can I say “for dummies” in Latin?

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‘like hell!’ as a strong negative

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Questions for sentences in Phaedrus's «Aesopus Latinus»

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"Why this book should cost double in digital format" in Latin

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Use of passive verb in "Echō iuvenem sēcrētō sequitur"

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Difference between erga and quoad?

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Translation of a exhortatory phrase of encouragement to remain cheerful in difficult circumstances

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Lingua Latina per se Illustrata, chapter 6, weird sentence with passive voice

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Wondering about a very simple construction

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Translate "Asking for a friend" into Latin

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What would be the Latin word for an entry in a dictionary or an encyclopedia?

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Translating 'supposedly' and the phrase 'supposed to'