hanadoodles asked: Okay so you know how languages like English and stuff are always having new words added and constantly changing. That's literally what you've been doing with Latin with your new Latin word formation posts and inventing future passive plural imperatives (since English also makes new words to compensate for gaps in the language). There is literally no reason for anyone to call Latin a dead language anymore i'M SO HAPPY.
Rectissime! Ego ipse ita laetor!
Others have been doing this sort of thing. Vicipaedia is full of modern words and such. One modern word that amuses me a lot is caeliscalpium, “skyscraper”! And Roland Wilbur Brown, in his book Composition of Scientific Words, takes it upon himself to make up new intensive suffixes that correspond to the classical Latin diminutive suffixes: diminutive hortulus “little garden,” and the intensive hortigus “big garden.”