latten

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From Middle English laten, latun, latoun, from Old French laton, laiton, probably from Frankish *latto, from Proto-Germanic *lattô, *lattō (plank; ledge), akin to Old High German latto, latta (lath; thin plate). Akin also to Old French late (Modern French latte (lath)). More at lath.

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latten (countable and uncountable, plural lattens)

  1. (archaic or historical) An alloy of copper and tin, similar to bronze, with a sufficient portion of tin to make it a pewter-like color with yellowish tinge (rather than the brownish-gold color of bronze of higher copper content), once used in thin sheets and for domestic utensils and light-duty tools.
  2. Sheet tin; iron plate, covered with tin; also, any metal in thin sheets.
    gold latten

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latten

  1. Plural form of lat

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