Associations to the word «Latin»
LATIN, adjective. Alternative letter-case form of Latin
LATIN, adjective. Of or relating to the language spoken in ancient Rome and other cities of Latium.
LATIN, adjective. Of or relating to the script of the language spoken in ancient Rome and many modern alphabets.
LATIN, adjective. Of or relating to ancient Rome or its Empire.
LATIN, adjective. Of or relating to Latium (modern Lazio), the region around Rome.
LATIN, adjective. Of or relating to the customs and people descended from the ancient Romans and their Empire.
LATIN, adjective. Of or from Latin America or of Latin American culture.
LATIN, adjective. (Christianity) Roman Catholic; of or pertaining to the Roman Rite of the Catholic Church.
LATIN, proper noun. The language of the ancient Romans, other Latins and of the Roman Catholic church, especially Classical Latin.
LATIN, noun. A person native to ancient Rome or its Empire.
LATIN, noun. A person from one of the modern European countries (including France, Spain etc.) whose language is descended from Latin.
LATIN, noun. A person from Latin America.
LATIN, noun. (Christianity) A person adhering to Roman Catholic practice.
LATIN, noun. A person native to the ancient region of Latium.
LATIN ALPHABET, noun. The 26-letter alphabet consisting of the following letters (presented in majuscule and minuscule pairs):
LATIN ALPHABET, noun. Any relatively minor variation of the 26-letter Latin alphabet.
LATIN ALPHABETS, noun. Plural of Latin alphabet
LATIN ALPHAS, noun. Plural of Latin alpha
LATIN AMERICA, proper noun. Those parts of the Americas which speak Spanish or Portuguese, Latin-derived languages: South America, Central America, Mexico, and most islands of the Caribbean.
LATIN AMERICAN, noun. A native or inhabitant of Latin America, or of such descent.
LATIN AMERICAN, adjective. Of or relating to Latin America, its people, or its culture.
LATIN AMERICANS, noun. Plural of Latin American
LATIN CROSS, noun. A cross consisting of a vertical bar intersected by a shorter horizontal one above its midpoint; the form of the Christian cross: ✝
LATIN NAME, noun. The formal Latin or Latinized name of a biological taxon according to an internationally accepted standard, especially the formal name of a species or subspecific taxon.
LATIN NAMES, noun. Plural of Latin name
LATIN NOTARY, noun. Publicly appointed legal officer (see: Wikipedia:Civil law notary)
LATIN RITE, noun. A liturgy of any Christian church, spoken in Latin.
LATIN RITE, proper noun. The customs of the Catholic church, in general.
LATIN RITES, noun. Plural of Latin rite
LATIN SCRIPT, noun. The Latin alphabet
LATIN SQUARE, noun. (mathematics) An n-by-n arrangement of n different integers such that each row, each column and each of the two diagonals contains each of the integers once and once only.
LATIN SQUARES, noun. Plural of Latin square
LATIN, noun. Any dialect of the language of ancient Rome.
LATIN, noun. An inhabitant of ancient Latium.
LATIN, noun. A person who is a member of those peoples whose languages derived from Latin.
LATIN, adjective. Of or relating to the ancient Latins or the Latin language; "Latin verb conjugations".
LATIN, adjective. Relating to people or countries speaking Romance languages; "Latin America".
LATIN, adjective. Relating to languages derived from Latin; "Romance languages".
LATIN, adjective. Of or relating to the ancient region of Latium; "Latin towns".
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