any dialect of the language of ancient Rome
an inhabitant of ancient Latium
a person who is a member of those peoples whose languages derived from Latin
of or relating to the ancient Latins or the Latin language
"Latin verb conjugations"
relating to people or countries speaking Romance languages
relating to languages derived from Latin
of or relating to the ancient region of Latium
A person native to ancient Rome or its Empire.
A person from one of the modern European countries (including France, Spain etc.) whose language is descended from Latin.
A person from Latin America.
A person adhering to Roman Catholic practice.
Of or relating to the language spoken in ancient Rome.
Of or relating to the script of the language spoken in ancient Rome and many modern alphabets.
Of or relating to ancient Rome or its Empire.
Of or relating to Latium (modern Lazio), the region around Rome.
Of or relating to the customs and people descended from the ancient Romans and their Empire.
Of or from Latin America or of Latin American culture.
Roman Catholic; of or pertaining to the Roman Rite of the Catholic Church.
The language of the ancient Romans and of the Roman Catholic church, especially Classical Latin.
Origin: From latinus, from Latium + -inus.
of or pertaining to Latium, or to the Latins, a people of Latium; Roman; as, the Latin language
of, pertaining to, or composed in, the language used by the Romans or Latins; as, a Latin grammar; a Latin composition or idiom
a native or inhabitant of Latium; a Roman
the language of the ancient Romans
an exercise in schools, consisting in turning English into Latin
a member of the Roman Catholic Church
to write or speak in Latin; to turn or render into Latin
Origin: [F., fr. L. Latinus belonging to Latium, Latin, fr. Latium a country of Italy, in which Rome was situated. Cf. Ladin, Lateen sail, under Lateen.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
lat′in, adj. pertaining to ancient Latium (esp. Rome) or its inhabitants, also to all races claiming affinity with the Latins by language, race, or civilisation: written or spoken in Latin.—n. an inhabitant of ancient Latium: a member of a modern race ethnically or linguistically related to the ancient Romans or Italians: the language of ancient Rome—the foundation of the modern Romance tongues: a member of the Latin or Roman Catholic Church.—adj. Lā′tian.—n. Lat′iner, one who knows Latin: (obs.) an interpreter.—v.t. Lat′inīse, to give Latin forms to: to render into Latin.—ns. Lat′inism, a Latin idiom; Lat′inist, one skilled in Latin; Latin′ity, the Latin tongue, style, or idiom.—Latin Church, the Western Church as distinguished from the Greek or Oriental Church, so named as having employed Latin as its official language: the Roman Catholic Church; Latin Empire, that portion of the Byzantine Empire seized in 1204 by the Crusaders, and overthrown by the Greeks in 1261; Latin kingdom, the Christian kingdom of Jerusalem ruled by French or Latin kings, and lasting from 1099 to 1187.—Classical Latin, the Latin of the writers who flourished from about 75 B.C. to 200 A.D.; Dog Latin, barbarous Latin; Late Latin, the Latin written by authors between 200 and (circ.) 600 A.D.; Middle, Medieval, or Low Latin, the Latin of the middle age between 600 and 1500 A.D.; New, Modern, Latin, Latin as written between 1500 and the present time, mostly used as a scientific medium; Thieves' Latin, thieves' cant. [L. Latinus, belonging to Latium, the district round Rome.]
A type of language used that originated in italy.
Latin originated in ancient Rome.Submitted by MC Harmonious on July 31, 2016
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Rank popularity for the word 'latin' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #4074
Rank popularity for the word 'latin' in Adjectives Frequency: #560
The numerical value of latin in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of latin in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Examples of latin in a Sentence
Never again a U.S. invasion in Latin America.
We are looking to Indonesia and select countries in Latin America.
Latin A sword never kills anybody it is a tool in the killer's hand.
In Latin America, church officials rebuke Santa Muerte almost weekly.
Back then (for Fidel) Venezuela was the crown jewel of Latin America.
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