Appendix talk:List of Latin phrases

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I am quite puzzled by the phrase "miserere nobis". Shouldn't it be considered a grammatical mistake? I looked in the dictionary, and it clearly says that the verb "misereor" should have the genitive (as in "miserere mei" (and not "miserere mihi". Why, then, the dative?

Basic terms missing[edit]

Some fairly common terms seem to be missing from this list: "In general" (in universum), "Hand-to-Hand combat" (manus a manus), etc. -- 07:29, 15 October 2015 (UTC)