Etymology
Advertisement

Latinate (adj.)

"derived from or characteristic of Latin," 1858, from Latin (n.) + -ate (1). An earlier adjective was Latinesque (1864). Wyclif (1388) has Latinly and Old English had lædenisc, lædenlic.

Advertisement
Advertisement
Definitions of Latinate

latinate (adj.)
derived from or imitative of Latin;
From wordnet.princeton.edu