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Are there any active Classical Latin users nowadays?

Thomas Bervoets, whom got me into classical Latin in the first place! I recommend listening to him the most! https:/...
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What does "torido chaumate" mean?

The link shows that this occurs as a gloss of Old English "swellendum bærnette", which is helpful context for interpreting the Latin. "Chaumate" is a variant spelling of the ...
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Why is feeling and hearing are the same in Italian?

Another way to put the question is, why do English speakers use so many words to convey Italian sentire? Italian unifies various kinds of sensation (physical and mental) in a way that English doesn't. ...
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