- The Latin Wikipedia (Latin: Vicipaedia Latina) is the Latin language edition of Wikipedia, created in May 2002. As of August 2019, it has about 131,000 articles. While all primary content is in Latin, in discussions modern languages such as English, Italian, French, German or Spanish are often used, since many users (usores) find this easier.
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Hungary – Latin was an official language in the Kingdom of Hungary from the 11th century to the mid 19th century, when Hungarian became the exclusive official language in 1844. The best known Latin language poet of Croatian-Hungarian origin was Janus Pannonius.
The Latin Wikipedia (Latin: Vicipaedia Latina) is the Latin language edition of Wikipedia, created in May 2002.As of March 2020, it has about 132,000 articles.While all primary content is in Latin, in discussions modern languages such as English, Italian, French, German or Spanish are often used, since many users (usores) find this easier.
Latin was the most important language in most of Europe in the Middle Ages. It was taught in many European schools, and all universities used Latin as the teaching language. Latin began to lose its importance in the Reformation, but it was still often used by authors of scientific books and encyclopedias.
Mar 01, 2020 · S'en sui plus dolenz, Salatin, Quar en françois ne en latin Ne finai onques de proier I am very sad about it, Saladin For neither in French nor in Latin
Mar 02, 2020 · ] But this is the first time that a plant-to-plant language has been detected. 2009, Animals in Translation, page 274: Prairie dogs use their language to refer to real dangers in the real world, so it definitely has meaning. (computing, countable) A computer language; a machine language.
Ecclesiastical Latin, also called Church Latin, Liturgical Latin or Italian Latin, is a form of Latin initially developed to discuss Christian thought and later used as a lingua franca by the Medieval and Early Modern upper class of Europe.
Late Latin (Latin: Latinitas serior) is the scholarly name for the written Latin of late antiquity. English dictionary definitions of Late Latin date this period from the 3rd to the 6th centuries AD, and continuing into the 7th century in the Iberian Peninsula.
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The Romance languages (also sometimes called Romanic languages) are a language family in the Indo-European languages. They started from Vulgar Latin (in Latin, "vulgar" is the word for "common" and so "Vulgar Latin" means "Common Latin"). The most spoken Romance languages are Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian and Romanian.