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What is a Latin version of Inshallah?

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Translation of a phrase "Catch the moment, ..." to Latin

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Joke variant of US motto

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

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Why was ante tribus translated as "fifteen years ago"?

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

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Comparison of omnes, cuncti, and universi

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How do I specify how many "litterae" or "castra" there are?

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How do we know that Kalendae is the first day of a month?

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How did the Romans say "good night"?

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A good Latin word for "point"

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What is "vocabulary" in Latin?

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How do you say "perhaps" or "maybe"?

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What are the names of the fingers in classical Latin?

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Is this printing style common in Latin books?

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A complete family tree

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Is this "Veni vidi vici" spin-off translation correct?

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Is there a difference between 'pluvia' and 'imber'?

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What is the Latin joke here?

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How do I say "Brexit" in Latin?

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What is the difference between Spiritus and Anima?

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Descriptive example of Cicero's style

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Genitive vs Ablative of Price

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How does one say "the will to live" in Latin?

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How do I say that something will "probably" happen in Latin?

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Don't let the bastards grind you down

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Alea iacta est, plural version?

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What does 'ANGLORUM REGIS QUI COR LEONIS DICTUS' mean?

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What is the first text considered Italian instead of Latin?

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What is the Nominative of 'uniuscuiusque'?

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