Category:Ecclesiastical Latin

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  1. dilatus
  2. papa
  3. Israel
  4. incumbramentum
  5. bannus
  6. restrictio
  7. Capitolium
  8. anachorita
  9. verticalis
  10. breviarium
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  1. abbreviator
  2. Dominica
  3. ite missa est
  4. apex
  5. frater
  6. opus
  7. virgo
  8. rosarium
  9. Aaron
  10. Agnus Dei

Terms or senses in Latin as used by the Christian church, especially the Catholic Church, from Late Antiquity down to the present day, particularly in liturgical, ecclesiological and theological contexts.

This language variety is extinct.

See also the era-specific categories for Late Latin, Medieval Latin, New Latin.

The following label generates this category: Ecclesiastical Latin (aliases Church Latin, EL., Ecclesiastic, Ecclesiastical, eccl, ecclesiastical)edit. To generate this category using one of these labels, use {{lb|la|label}}.

Etymology-only language code: la-ecc.


This category has only the following subcategory.

Pages in category "Ecclesiastical Latin"

The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 278 total.

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