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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.

updated on July 19, 2016

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Definitions of Latinate from WordNet

latinate (adj.)
derived from or imitative of Latin;
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