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Salve! Similis Vicipaediae, non utimur j littera in textu (praeter fortasse lemmata pinguia cum signo brevi apiceque); adiectivum praefertur, non adjectivum. Etiam, traditae partes orationis Latinae sunt nomen, verbum, participium, pronomen, praepositio, adverbium, coniunctio, et interiectio. Melius est dicere nomen substantivum et nomen adiectivum si necesse sit, non tantum adiectivum. —Myces Tiberinus 07:11 feb 18, 2005 (UTC)

Hi, and welcome! Like Wikipedia, we don't use the letter j in text (except maybe in the boldface headwords with the breve and macron); "adiectivum" is preferred, not "adjectivum". Also, the traditional Latin parts of speech are noun, verb, participle, pronoun, preposition, adverb, conjunction, and interjection. It's better to say "noun substantive" and "noun adjective" if necessary, not just "adjective".

(Forgive my second-rate Latin skills. I'm mostly an etymologist.) —Myces Tiberinus 07:11 feb 18, 2005 (UTC)

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03:13, 18 Martii 2015 (UTC)

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09:24, 19 Aprilis 2015 (UTC)