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Latin

noun /ˈlӕtin/
the language spoken in ancient Rome
latín
We studied Latin at school (also adjective) a Latin lesson.
a person who speaks a language derived from Latin.
latino
Latin America noun the countries of Central and South America, where the official language is usually a form of either Spanish or Portuguese.
América Latina, Latinoamérica
Latin American noun, adjective
latinoamericano
Translations of “Latin”
in Arabic اللُّغة اللاَّتينِيّة…
in Korean 라틴어…
in Malaysian bahasa Latin, bangsa Latin…
in French latin, Latin/-ine…
in Turkish Latince…
in Italian latino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 拉丁語…
in Russian латынь…
in Polish Łacina…
in Vietnamese tiếng La tinh, người nói tiếng La tinh…
in Portuguese latim…
in Thai ภาษาละติน, ชาวละติน…
in German das Latein, der/die Romane/Romanin…
in Catalan llatí…
in Japanese ラテン語…
in Indonesian Latin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 拉丁语…
(Definition of Latin from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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