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  1. The Latin Wikipedia (Latin: Vicipaedia Latina) is the Latin language edition of Wikipedia, created in May 2002.As of September 2020, it has about 134,000 articles.While all primary content is in Latin, modern languages such as English, Italian, French, German or Spanish are often used in discussions, since many users (usores) find this easier.

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  2. Latin - Wikipedia

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    Latin (latīne, or lingua latīna, [ˈlɪŋɡʷa laˈtiːna]) is a classical language belonging to the Italic branch of the Indo-European languages.Latin was originally spoken in the area around Rome, known as Latium.

  3. Latin Wikipedia - Wikipedia

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    The Latin Wikipedia (Latin: Vicipaedia Latina) is the Latin language edition of Wikipedia, created in May 2002.As of September 2020, it has about 134,000 articles.While all primary content is in Latin, modern languages such as English, Italian, French, German or Spanish are often used in discussions, since many users (usores) find this easier.

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  5. Latin is an Italic language that was used in Ancient Rome. Short Latin texts have been found from about the 5th century BC and longer texts from about the 3rd century BC. Classical Latin was used in the 1st century BC and was the official language of the Roman Empire .

  6. Vicipaedia

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    Solis die 13 mensis Septembris 2020. 133 606 paginarum Latine scriptarum.

  7. latin - Wiktionary

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    Pronunciation

    1. IPA(key): /læˈtiˀn/ 2. Rhymes: -in

    Noun

    latin n (singular definite latinen) 1. the Latinlanguage 2. Latinlanguage as a school subject

    Noun

    latin 1. genitive singular of lati

    Anagrams

    1. nilat, talin, tilan

    Etymology

    From Middle French latin, from Old French latin, borrowed from Latin latīnus.

    Pronunciation

    1. IPA(key): /la.tɛ̃/

    Adjective

    latin (feminine singular latine, masculine plural latins, feminine plural latines) 1. Latin 2. Latino

    Pronunciation

    1. IPA(key): [ˈlɒtin] 2. Hyphenation: la‧tin 3. Rhymes: -in

    Adjective

    latin (not comparable) 1. Roman, Latin 1.1. latin betűk ― Romancharacters 1.2. a latin nyelv ― Latin

    Noun

    latin (plural latinok) 1. Latin(people) 2. (singular only) Latin (language) 2.1. Latinul tanulok. ― I am studying Latin.

    Etymology 1

    From Old English latin and Old French latin.

    Etymology 2

    From Old English Latin and Old French latin.

    Alternative forms

    1. Latin

    Etymology

    From Old French latin.

    Noun

    latin m (uncountable) 1. Latinlanguage

    Pronunciation

    1. IPA(key): /lɑtiːn/ 2. Rhymes: -iːn

    Noun

    latin m (definite singular latinen) (uncountable) 1. Latin (the language)

    References

    1. “latin” in The Bokmål Dictionary.

    Noun

    latin m (definite singular latinen) (uncountable) 1. Latin (the language)

    References

    1. “latin” in The Nynorsk Dictionary.

    Etymology

    From Latin latīnus.

    Noun

    latin m (uncountable) 1. the Latinlanguage

    Etymology

    Borrowed from Latin latīnus.

    Noun

    latin m (nominative singular latins) 1. Latin languagequotations ▼ 1.1. circa 1250, Rutebeuf, Ci commence le miracle de Théophile: 1.1.1. S'en sui plus dolenz, Salatin, Quar en françois ne en latin Ne finai onques de proier 1.1.1.1. I am very sad about it, Saladin For neither in French nor in Latin Have I stopped praying

  8. The Latin Wikipedia (In Latin: Vicipaedia or Vicipaedia Latina) is the Latin language edition of Wikipedia. Started in May 2002, this edition had over 80,000 articles as of October 2012. As of October 2015, it is the 47th largest edition of Wikipedia by number of articles.

  9. Domus (Home) - The Latin Dictionary

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    Feb 13, 2018 · Latin is a base language by which the Romance languages (including Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, and Romanian) are based from. However, the Latin language itself is not spoken by very many people; Latin is the official language only in the city-state, Vatican City.

  10. latent - Wiktionary

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    Etymology

    From Middle English latent, latente, from Old French latent, from Latin latens, latentis, present participle of lateo (“lie hidden”).

    Pronunciation

    1. IPA(key): /ˈleɪ.tənt/

    Adjective

    latent (not comparable) 1. Existing or present but concealed or inactive. 2. (pathology, of a virus) remaining in an inactive or hidden phase; dormant.quotations ▼ 2.1. 2008 July 2, Joe Palca, “Scientists Make Herpes Breakthrough”, abstract, All Things Considered, National Public Radio 2.1.1. Those infected with a herpes virus are infected for life. That’s because the virus goes "latent." Sometimes, it awakes from its slumber, producing painful illnesses. 3. (biology)lying dormant or hidden u...

    Etymology

    From German latent, from French latent, from Latin latens, present participle of latere (“to be hidden”).

    Pronunciation

    1. IPA(key): /latɛnt/, [laˈtˢɛnˀd̥]

    Adjective

    latent 1. latent(existing or present but concealed or inactive)

    Etymology

    From Latin latens, latentis, present participle of lateo (“lie hidden”).

    Adjective

    latent (feminine singular latente, masculine plural latents, feminine plural latentes) 1. latent

    Further reading

    1. “latent” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).

    Adjective

    latent 1. latent

    Further reading

    1. latent in Dudenonline

    Verb

    latent 1. third-person plural present active indicative of lateō

  11. Latin – Wikipedia

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    Latin ingår i den italiska språkgruppen jämte bl.a. de utdöda språken faliskiska, oskiska och umbriska.Latin tillhör den latinofaliskiska språkgrenen. [3] De italiska språken fördes till Italienska halvön av migrerande stammar under 800- eller 700-talet f.Kr. Den dialekt som talades i Latium runt floden Tibern – där den antika romerska civilisationen skulle uppstå – utvecklades ...

  12. Latin - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi

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    Latin har været benyttet som officielt sprog, når det nationale sprog har været forbudt. I Polen var latin officielt sprog frem til 1795 for at undgå, at russisk eller tysk blev påtvunget befolkningen. I Ungarn var latin administrativt sprog frem til 1844. Ungarsk var forbudt af myndighederne, og for at slippe at bruge erobrernes sprog ...