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How do you translate "Don't Fear the Reaper" into Latin?

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What would be a "night owl" in Latin?

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When and why did the ablative form?

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How do you describe someone as a shapeshifter in Latin?

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Why would an interrogative pronoun be in the genitive (other than meaning "whose")?

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Does it make sense to display a decimal number such as 12.34 as Roman numerals? If not, how else?

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Are there nouns that change meaning based on gender?

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Why is Imperative used here in Alexander Lenard's translation of Winnie the Pooh?

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Ave Verum Corpus: why ablative?

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What does "enim et" mean?

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Use of "sit" instead of "est" in Virgil

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How to say "everything will be good" in Latin?

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Name of Homeric (?) figure of speech: semantic transposition

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Why is this a correct sentence: "Iūlius nōn sōlus, sed cum magnā familiā habitat"?

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How to say "You can't get there from here" in Latin

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What does "iudices" mean in "consul consulem iudices," from Cicero?

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Why is Antirrhinum written with two 'r'?

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Can a gerund introduce a subordinate clause?

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What does the word "adidum" mean?

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Expressing a possession relationship without the genitive?

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Did the Romans ever combine Greek and Latin morphemes?

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Translate "iconoclast" to classical Latin

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Deciphering Latin text in an illuminated musical manuscript

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Shouldn't "decursus" be accusative in Psalm 1:3?

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Dropping "to be" and other verbs in Latin?

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What does Q.B.V.D. stand for on the title page of a dissertation?

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When did the ligature for 'et' switch to the character '&'?

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"Without further ado"

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Meaning of "τρίχας" in Anacreon's Περι Γέροντος

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Did the Romans have a word for "genius"?

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