Latīņamerika

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Latīņamerika

Etymology[edit]

From latīņu ‎(Latin[gen.]) +‎ Amerika ‎(America). A calque of similar expressions in other languages, all ultimately from French Amérique latine, a term coined by French emperor Napolen III.

Pronunciation[edit]

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Proper noun[edit]

Latīņamerika f ‎(4th declension)

  1. Latin America (the area of America (mostly in South America) where Romance (Latin) languages, especially Spanish and Portuguese, are spoken)
    Latīņamerika ir Amerikas reģions kurā dominējošās ir romāņu (latīņu) valodas spāņu un portugāļuLatin America is the region of America in which the romance (Latin) languages Spanish and Portuguese dominate

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