latim

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From Old Portuguese latin, from Latin latīne (in Latin), from latīnus (Latin), from Latium (the region around Rome).

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latim m (plural latins)

  1. (uncountable) Latin (language of the ancient Romans)
  2. any of the several phases of Latin (such as Medieval Latin, Vulgar Latin and Old Latin)

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