Common misspellings for latin:
gelitin, laten, layon, blaton, lattern, legin, lsten, lawen, btain, cleitn, liating, laing, natin, hatein, natiion, lalwn, haitin, layotn, matain, geletain, liftign, itaian, ltalian, latins, loadign, litnay, lactone, lkettin, leadan, litium, eatign, lation, liting, atin, laketown, gellatin, laton, relatiuon, lowton, waitin, getin, bulitien, lsiten, leapin, latern, daitny, paldin, lturn, litten, litern, laging, matin, littil, lettin, latecny, blaiten, latahm, locatin, lettng, latop, litauen, leeting, litan, ladan, glaghton, ltting, lanten, relaiton, louting, atain, glutin, ceatain, floatign, faitn, bulltin, geletin, leting, waitn, leedin, outin, latenet, lauden, liten, laotiian, lisin, claton, lettig, litsen, ealuatuion, pladin, cluadin, lihting, lefton, talein, lactaion, lapton, laudnry, bullatin, leadin, nitin, ladeen, lator, lantana, lautner, layouting, lotin, catain, lattin, laughting, litil, lanturn, lotcon, ceartin, latan, lastin, poulatin, lackin, hatin, aladin, lifitn, laytency, eatin, letten, layign, blatan, loacting, laitn, itain, latic, lutient, landin, eat0in, leadind, levating, lateron, lghting, laiden, latino's, platn, liaten, etaing, saladin, leating, bulitin, ladin, loughton, relatiion, hartin, vaultin, leadign, atiny, layden, ligin, coatin, lettiing, lartent, solutuin, zaytinia, flirtin, latian, leartn, lappin, plotin, loation, lightin, latix, buletin, falutin, leadint, laughtin, lettign, otain, baldin, flaten, lyting, latifa, lative, laghting, laudon, latain, datin, patin, loating, nating, jutin, elaton, latiude, natani3, blaten, laudin, lanain, ating, wlakin, loton, relatoin, larin, platon, launi, hattin, heatin, liasian, thatin, latily, ltiny, haitan, ldoing, leakin, lting, lattic, litting, aitain, floatin, latem, lantin, natuion, lateand, autin, leatn, blating, laydown, tartin, ladins, letiing, dallatown, locateing, laggin, aldin, luton, lestin, gotin, lating, liftin, lettting, latvain, nataion, votin, vartan, ratin, lettinhg, lavin, liaitinga, cutain, relatin, ralating, latine, laint, lettingme, layin, itin, slotuion, loadin, auatin, latin, latent, catin, lationo, fattin, gatine, latino, ladino, lateno, latio, lativa, leasin, lietient, lagan, lubin, natino, ratign, tualitin, katin, oatin, lztin, lstin, lwtin, lqtin, lafin, la6in, la5in, latun, latjn, latkn, lat9n, lat8n, latib, latim, latij, klatin, lkatin, platin, lpatin, olatin, loatin, lzatin, laztin, lsatin, lwatin, lawtin, lqatin, laqtin, lartin, latrin, laftin, latfin, lagtin, latgin, laytin, latyin, la6tin, lat6in, la5tin, lat5in, latuin, latiun, latjin, latijn, latkin, latikn, latoin, lat9in, lati9n, lat8in, lati8n, latibn, latinb, latimn, latinm, latinj, latihn, latinh, ltin, ltain, llatin, laatin, latiin, latinn, litin, letin, lctin, la4in, lauin, latyn, latmn, latif, latil, latayen, lateyen, l atin, la tin, lat in, lati n.
Definition of latin:
- The language of the ancient Romans. There are three sorts of law Latin: ( 1) Good Latin, allowed by the grammarians and lawyers; ( 2) false or incongruous Latin, which in times past would abate original writs, though it would not make void any judicial writ, declaration, or plea, etc.; ( 3) words of art, known only to the sages of the law, and not to grammarians, called " Lawyers' Latin." Wharton.
- the vernacular language of the ancient Romans ( John 19:20 ).
- To write or speak in Latin; to turn or render into Latin.
- any dialect of the language of ancient Rome
- A native or inhabitant of Latium; a Roman.
- The language of the ancient Romans.
- An exercise in schools, consisting in turning English into Latin.
- A member of the Roman Catholic Church.
- An ancient Roman; the language ancient Rome and its literature.
- Language of the ancient Romans.
- The language of ancient Rome.
- A native of Latium; the language of the ancient Romans. Latin Church, the Western or Roman Catholic Church.
- The language of the anc. Romans.
- relating to people or countries speaking Romance languages; " Latin America"
- of or relating to the ancient region of Latium; " Latin towns"
- a person who is a member of those peoples whose languages derived from Latin
- an inhabitant of ancient Latium
- Of or pertaining to Latium, or to the Latins, a people of Latium; Roman; as, the Latin language.
- Of, pertaining to, or composed in, the language used by the Romans or Latins; as, a Latin grammar; a Latin composition or idiom.
- Of or pertaining to Latium, or to the Latins, a people of Latium; Roman; as, the language.
- Of, pertaining to, or composed in, the language used by the Romans or Latins; as, a grammar; a composition or idiom.
- Pertaining to, written or expressed in, the language of ancient Rome; pertaining to Latium, ancient come, its inhabitants or language, or to the ces and language derived from Rome; roman.
- Pertaining to Latin or to the Latins or Romans: written or spoken in Latin.
- Pertaining to the Romans ro their language.
- Pertaining to ancient Rome, its language or people, or to nations derived from the ancient Romans.
- Pertaining to the Latins, a people of Latium, in Italy; Roman.
- Pert. to Rome; composed in the language of the anc. Romans.
Usage examples for latin
Our total exports to Latin America, for example, have almost quadrupled in twenty- two years, increasing from 77 millions of dollars in 1890 to 296 millions in 1912. The significance of this competition, as it exists to- day and will exist to- morrow, is greater for Europe than for us. American World Policies by Walter E. Weyl