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Could one consider using Latin as a daily casual language these days?

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Gen. 1:20 is reptile ablative?

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In Vulgate Lk 22: 62, "Et egressus foras Petrus flevit amare.", it says. How to understand "flevit amare"?

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What is the best "worst" translation of Latin from Google Translate?

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Translating "All things come to an end" to Latin

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Can we finally know the difference between these words?

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What does the adverb 'eò' in 'Surge modò, licebit vesperi eò maturiùs lectum petere' mean?

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Latin to Latin Dictionary

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How do you say "my love" in Latin?

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Translation of "whoever saves one life saves the world entire"

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What is the Latin word for "diagram"?

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Meaning of the first line of Cicero's De Oratore

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Is There a Latin Euphemism for "Dying"/ "Dead"?

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Latinism to say "everyone knows"

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Knowledge of Moonlight among Latin writer

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What adjectives did the Romans use to describe skin color?

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Classical Latin translations from extant Greek sources (or vice versa)

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Finding the original Latin text of Seneca ("No tree becomes rooted and sturdy unless many a wind assails it.")

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How to say "in a certain respect" in Latin?

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How do you say "lost in thought" in Latin?

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How to say "I am falling in love with this language"?

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set/ put a cat among the pigeons

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How do you phrase didactic statements in Latin?

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How one can say "The door opened" in Latin?

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Seneca, Ad Lucilium Epistulae Morales - Translation Explanation

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Was there a Problem in Expressing "Surprise" in the Roman World?

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Can we substantivate gerundives?

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On meaning and syntactic structure of "usque eo quoad his sex annis"

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Usage of ablative in a sentence by Curtius

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Mysterious use of accusative instead of nominative in " delphīnus, cantū allectus, repente hominem natantem subiit eumque in dorsō suō..."