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11 votes

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

9 votes

Did Romans have only one suffix -uus?

8 votes
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Do imperative verbs usually go first or does it still follow the regular SOV order?

8 votes

Was the 'i' in cuius pronounced as 'j' or did it form a diphthong with 'u'

7 votes
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When using the verb *to be* do you always use nominative for subject and object?

7 votes

Should “cum” be included in this sentence or not?

6 votes

Motto About Chaos

6 votes
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Is dative of possession used in interrogatives?

5 votes

Parsing "quae cum audisset"

5 votes
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How do I say: I'm not afraid of you

4 votes

Distinguishing house from home

4 votes

Is Duolingo good for Latin?

4 votes

What's the Latin for motorcycle

4 votes

How can you find the stem for an adjective in Latin?

4 votes

What do you call your aunt or uncle's spouse?

4 votes

Can "vel aliquid" be a modifier rather than "or anything"?

4 votes

Did the Romans use 'animus' and 'anima' together?

3 votes

Stacked/Consecutive Genitives

3 votes

Can "homo" be used as an impersonal pronoun?

3 votes

Latin names for groups of animals

3 votes

What would be a proper reaction to the question: "Can you come over?" or how do you say "Coming" in Latin?

2 votes

How do I say "be one" in Latin?

1 vote

Oblique cases and 'si quis'