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[[Latin]]
  
1. [[A]] [[Native]] [[Or]] inhabitant of Latium; [[A]] [[Roman]].
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1. a [[native]] or inhabitant of Latium; a [[roman]].
  
2. The [[Language]] of the [[Ancient]] [[Romans]].
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2. The [[language]] of the [[ancient]] [[romans]].
  
3. An [[Exercise]] [[In]] [[Schools]], consisting [[In]] turning [[English]] [[Into]] [[Latin]].
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3. An [[exercise]] in [[schools]], consisting in turning [[english]] into [[latin]].
  
4. [[A]] [[Member]] of the [[Roman]] Catholic Church. (<xe see: [[Dog]] [[Latin]], barbarous Latin; [[A]] [[Jargon]] [[In]] [[Imitation]] of Latin; [[As]], the [[Log]] [[Latin]] of schoolboys. Late [[Latin]], [[Low]] [[Latin]], [[Terms]] used indifferently [[To]] designate the latest [[Stages]] of the [[Latin]] language; [[Low]] [[Latin]] (and, [[Perhaps]], late [[Latin]] also), including the barbarous coinages from the [[French]], [[German]], and other [[Languages]] [[Into]] [[A]] [[Latin]] [[Form]] made after the [[Latin]] had [[Become]] [[A]] [[Dead]] [[Language]] for the people. [[Law]] [[Latin]], that [[Kind]] of late, [[Or]] [[Low]], [[Latin]], used [[In]] [[Statutes]] and [[Legal]] instruments; often barbarous.
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4. a [[member]] of the [[roman]] Catholic Church. (
 
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1. Of [[Or]] pertaining [[To]] Latium, [[Or]] [[To]] the [[Latins]], [[A]] people of Latium; Roman; [[As]], the [[Latin]] [[Language]].
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2. Of, pertaining [[To]], [[Or]] composed [[In]], the [[Language]] used by the [[Romans]] [[Or]] Latins; [[As]], [[A]] [[Latin]] grammar; [[A]] [[Latin]] [[Composition]] [[Or]] [[Idiom]]. [[Latin]] Church, the [[Western]] [[Or]] [[Roman]] Catholic Church, [[As]] distinct from the [[Greek]] [[Or]] Eastern Church. [[Latin]] [[Cross]]. [[Latin]] [[Races]], [[A]] designation sometimes loosely [[Given]] [[To]] certain [[Nations]], especially. The [[French]], [[Spanish]], and Italians, [[Who]] speak [[Languages]] principally derived from [[Latin]]. [[Latin]] [[Union]], an [[Association]] of [[States]], originally comprising France, Belgium, Switzerland, and Italy, which, [[In]] 1865, entered [[Into]] [[A]] monetary agreement, providing for an [[Identity]] [[In]] the [[Weight]] and [[Fineness]] of the [[Gold]] and [[Silver]] coins of those countries, and for the [[Amounts]] of each [[Kind]] of coinage by each. Greece, Servia, Roumania, and Spain subsequently joined the [[Union]].
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Origin: [[F]], [[Fr]]. L. Latinus belonging [[To]] Latium, [[Latin]], [[Fr]]. Latium [[A]] [[Count]]
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ry of Italy, [[In]] which Rome was situated. [[Cf]]. [[Ladin]], Lateen [[Sail]].
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Latest revision as of 17:04, 11 April 2007

Latin

1. a native or inhabitant of Latium; a roman.

2. The language of the ancient romans.

3. An exercise in schools, consisting in turning english into latin.

4. a member of the roman Catholic Church. (

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