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    Latin (lingua Latina, Latin: [ˈlɪŋɡʷa ɫaˈtiːna], or Latinum, Latin: [ɫaˈtiːnʊ̃]) is a classical language belonging to the Italic branch of the Indo-European languages. Considered a dead language, Latin was originally spoken in Latium (now known as Lazio), the lower Tiber area around Rome.

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    Notes

    1. Vowel length was not indicated in writing, though in modern editions of Classical texts a macron (ā) is used for long vowels. 2. Short vowels in medial position are pronounced differently: E as [ɛ], O as [ɔ], I as [ɪ] and V as [ʊ].

    Notes

    1. Doubled vowels are pronunced separately. 2. C = [ʧ] before ae, oe, e, i or y, and [k] elsewhere 3. G = [ʤ] before ae, oe, e, i or y, and [g] elsewhere 4. H is silent, except in mihi and nihil, where it is pronounced /k/ 5. S = [z]between vowels 6. SC = [ʃ] before ae, oe, e, i or y, and [sk] elsewhere 7. TI = [tsi] before a vowel and preceded by any letter except s, t or x, and [ti] elsewhere. 8. U = [w] when it follows q 9. V = [v] at the start of a syllable 10. X = [gs] at the beginning o...

    Transliteration

    Opnēs hemones decnotāti et iouesi louberoi et parēs gnāscontor, rationes et comscientiās particapes sont, quibos enter sēd comcordiās studēōd agontinom est. Translated by Giorgio Nagy

    Omnes homines dignitate et iure liberi et pares nascuntur, rationis et conscientiae participes sunt, quibus inter se concordiae studio est agendum. Listen to a recording of this text with Classical Latin pronunciation by Connor Ferguson Hear another recording of this text with Classical Latin pronunciation by Matthew Leigh Embleton Listen to a reco...

    Omne homnes nascuntu liberi e pares dignitat e jure, sunt da rationis e conscientiae, e agendu inter spiritu de fraternitat.

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  2. There are three types of Latin: Classical Latin, Vulgar Latin and Ecclesiastical Latin. Classical Latin was used by the educated Romans and is still studied around the world. Vulgar Latin was the more common spoken variety used by the common Romans and was learned by the peoples conquered by them.

  3. Learn the basics of Latin alphabet, pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar with examples and exercises. Explore the relationships between Latin and English, and the history and uses of Latin in different fields and periods.

  4. A comprehensive online dictionary for the Latin language, with translations in English, French, Italian, Spanish, German, Portuguese and other languages. Search by word or select a dictionary type from a list of sources and resources.

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