Latin

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Proper noun
Latin

  1. A language that people used in ancient Rome.
    I don't know how to speak Latin.
    Many English words come from Latin.

Adjective[change]

Positive
Latin

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  1. In the language of ancient Rome.
    "Equus" is Latin for "horse."
  2. From South America or Central America. Also, a person whose ancestors come from Spain.
    This is a Latin neighborhood, everyone here is from Mexico.
  3. Typical of people from South America or Central America.
    I love Latin food and Latin music.