Category:French learned borrowings from Latin

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Newest pages ordered by last category link update:
  1. fébricule
  2. ségrégation
  3. économique
  4. méthodique
  5. prosopopée
  6. consomption
  7. cristallin
  8. turbide
  9. procréation
  10. diurne
Oldest pages ordered by last edit:
  1. Esquilin
  2. équipollent
  3. Thucydide
  4. cachectique
  5. mérétrice
  6. naumachie
  7. condition sine qua non
  8. épanadiplose
  9. orichalque
  10. épithalame

French terms that are learned loanwords from Latin, that is, terms that were directly incorporated from Latin instead of through normal language contact.

To categorize a term into this category, use {{lbor|fr|la|source_term}} (or {{learned borrowing|...}}, using the same syntax), where source_term is the source-language term that the term in question was borrowed from.


Pages in category "French learned borrowings from Latin"

The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 524 total.

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