Tag: latin

22 What is the plural of octopus? 2014-06-01T18:24:47.620

21 Is ending a sentence with a preposition acceptable? 2013-01-28T00:49:51.620

19 Is "indices" or "indexes" the plural of "index"? 2013-01-23T21:38:34.827

19 Which is the plural of "forum": "fora" or "forums"? 2013-01-23T21:45:36.133

18 What does "Re:" in a business letter mean? 2013-11-17T08:25:10.067

17 How can knowing a root word help me? 2013-02-12T11:30:10.207

17 What is Latin Grammar? 2015-01-12T00:12:34.530

14 English equivalent of French "quiproquo" 2015-04-24T23:04:52.970

12 Is putting -able to any verb allowed? 2014-01-02T05:57:52.660

12 If columnar is the adverb for column, what is the adverb for row? 2014-12-23T22:37:21.593

11 What is the meaning of the word 'pace'? 2014-12-21T03:55:10.587

9 Pronunciation of abbreviations 2013-01-26T19:59:07.173

9 Should I use hippopotami? 2015-02-17T04:36:46.040

8 When is the suffix -tor and -ter used? 2013-06-14T14:51:14.540

8 Which word is more appropriate - gratis vs free 2015-02-11T09:06:13.170

7 Capitalize i.e. and e.g.? 2015-05-15T13:03:54.120

5 "pope emeritus" vs "emeritus pope" 2013-02-26T20:37:02.130

5 What does (sic) mean? 2014-02-05T05:20:40.647

5 English equivalent of French "quiproquo" (bis) 2015-05-03T16:54:40.143

5 What does it mean 'to have fame in' or 'to be famed in' God? 2015-08-26T02:49:35.830

4 Is "libre" understood by native English speakers? 2013-07-15T08:40:35.430

3 Prefix and Suffix issue 2013-09-27T09:47:17.153

3 to evolve in a negative way 2015-01-16T09:22:25.180

3 Does 'sic' behave as any other English adverb? 2015-01-25T03:45:12.020

3 What does 'legislate a priori' mean? 2015-03-25T22:02:23.883

2 How to use 'i.e.' in a sentence? 2013-04-26T05:38:25.693

2 Case of "letters" in this sentence 2014-03-03T14:54:31.263

2 Usage of the word "gratis" in English 2014-10-09T17:25:56.607

2 as such, on their own, per se, by themselves 2015-02-13T13:20:09.133

1 How to understand "per capita"? 2014-02-12T09:29:44.150

1 What does "ad hoc" mean? 2014-09-03T12:40:09.547

1 Grammaticality: 'something than which nothing greater can be thought' 2015-06-16T18:49:26.990

1 Question about ad-hominem 2017-05-05T03:23:00.090

1 Can in-situ mean in person? 2017-07-22T17:43:21.687

1 How do you cite a scholar as in agreement with an argument? 2017-12-22T21:30:40.047

1 Is it correct to use "cetera" by itself, replacing "et" with "and"? 2019-11-14T12:21:21.737

0 different usages of et al? 2014-09-25T05:00:41.157

0 Phrases in the same family as "vice versa" 2018-05-20T01:37:41.260

0 NB latin abbreviation not known to most English native speaker ? what others? 2020-03-11T14:26:38.573

-1 How to reason the etymology - “to proscribe” 2014-08-01T10:05:31.490