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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishLatinLat‧in1 /ˈlætɪn $ ˈlætn/ noun  1 [uncountable]SLL the language used in ancient Rome2 [countable]SAN someone from Latin America3 [countable] someone from a southern European country whose language developed from Latin, for example Spain, Portugal, or Italy
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LatinWilliam Stearn, author of Botanical Latin.At seventy-four, he published humorous verse in Latin.On 11 September 1962, Pope John broadcast to the world in Latin.To those few students of Latin who express a particular interest.They were sure Latin would make it harder.