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Is "history" a male-biased word ("his+story")?

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What gender should a predicate adjective be to agree with a series of things with different genders?

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Why hippopotamus instead of potamohippus?

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What is Google Translate good for?

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ATM in Vatican City: "Inserito scidulam quaeso ut faciundam cognoscas rationem"

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What is the most common classical Latin word that we don't understand?

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Why do Latin nouns (like cena, -ae) include two forms?

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What does "Vivamus vel libero perit Americae" on Hannity's new book mean?

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What is the vocative of Gnaeus?

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Is there a way to make a sentence ironic in Latin?

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Are there examples of passive imperative forms of non-deponent verbs in ancient literature?

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Can one translate ἀθάνατος as 'living' rather than 'immortal'?

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Et cetera versus et alia

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Did the Romans derive verbs from names?

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Is there a Latin version of "Quick brown fox..."?

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How does forem compare to essem?

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"Tu quoque, Brutus, mi fili?" Grammar question

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A Latin adjective for New York?

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What did Romans call their language?

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How do you say "please" in Classical Latin?

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How to say "not safe for work" in Latin?

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What is bullshit in Latin?

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In Romans 3:22, why did Jerome prefer to use crēdunt rather than fīdunt?

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What did the Romans consider the "basic" form of a verb?

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Quem describit Petrarca?

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Ante urbem conditam

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Does any historical Latin-based sign language exist?

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Is "Jacob" genitive in "jubilate deo jacob"?

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Why is suus in the accusative feminine singular in this sentence?

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How to translate "Ceteris Paribus"?

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