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From Old English Latin , from Latin latīnus , from Latium ( “ the region around Rome ” ) + -īnus ( adjective suffix ) . Adjective [ edit ] Latin ( not comparable ) Of or relating to the language spoken in ancient Rome and other cities of Latium which is rarely used. 1948

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From Middle French latin , from Old French latin , borrowed from Latin latīnus . Pronunciation [ edit ] IPA ( key ) : /la.tɛ̃/ audio ( file ) Adjective [ edit ] latin ( feminine singular latine , masculine plural latins , feminine plural latines ) Latin Latino

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Borrowed from Latin latīne , or possibly through a Gallo-Romance source [1] . Cf. latino , also ladino . Noun [ edit ] latín   m ( uncountable ) Latin ; the language of the ancient Romans. Related terms [ edit ] latino   m , latina f References [ edit ] ^ https://books

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látin Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary Jump to: navigation , search See also: latin , Latin , latín , Latîn , and Latin @ Contents 1 Faroese 1.1 Pronunciation 1.2 Verb 1.2.1 Conjugation 1.3 Adjective 1.3.1 Derived terms

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Ecclesiastical Latin print that page

Ecclesiastical Latin Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary Jump to: navigation , search Contents 1 English 1.1 Proper noun 1.1.1 Translations 1.2 See also English [ edit ] Wikipedia has an article on: Ecclesiastical Latin Wikipedia Proper

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From French Amérique latine . Thought to be coined by French Emperor Napoleon III. Proper noun [ edit ] Latin America Those parts of the Americas which speak Spanish or Portuguese , which are Latin -derived languages: South America , Central America , Mexico , and most islands of

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Latin alphabet print that page

The Latin alphabet is used in variant forms by many languages, including Romance languages, Germanic, Celtic, some Slavic languages, Amerindian, Indigenous Australian, Austronesian, Vietnamese, Malay and Indonesian languages. The variant Latin alphabets of many of those languages discard

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apothecary's Latin print that page

apothecary's Latin Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary Jump to: navigation , search Contents 1 English 1.1 Noun 1.1.1 Synonyms 1.1.2 Related terms 1.2 See also 1.3 References English [ edit ] Noun [ edit ] apothecary 's Latin ( uncountable

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Latin name Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary Jump to: navigation , search Contents 1 English 1.1 Noun 1.1.1 Synonyms 1.1.2 Antonyms 1.1.3 Hyponyms 1.1.4 Translations English [ edit ] Noun [ edit ] Latin name ( plural Latin names

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Latin alpha print that page

Latin alpha Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary Jump to: navigation , search English [ edit ] Wiktionary does not have any English dictionary entry for this term. This is most likely because this term does not meet our criteria for inclusion yet. Some information

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