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Things latin often describes (“latin ________”)
countries, word, translation, text, language, version, words, literature, name, nations, verse, grammar, tongue, states, poetry, writers, verses, names, poets, authors, alphabet, country, governments, inscription, school, translations, texts, poet, culture, poems, poem, american, history, phrase, letters, republics, edition, church, versions, term, prose, origin, classics, cities, schools, meaning, style, works, music, original, tradition, cross, races, scholar, inscriptions, square, terms, americans, economies, root, relations, race, politics, america, books, english, peoples, script, phrases, colonies, theology, equivalent, hymns, leaders, squares, affairs, writer, characters, composition, proverb, manuscripts, teacher, quotations, nation, title, author, rite, fathers, kingdom

Descriptive words:
classical, original, little, medieval, good, old, bad, english, late, barbarous, vulgar, more, elegant, much, neo, mediaeval, pure, early, modern, enough, ancient, pig, ecclesiastical, ciceronian, anglo, literary, afro, non, greek, correct, graeco, popular, colloquial, excellent, classic, year, false, german, monkish, dog, greco, elementary, scholastic, christian, corrupt, fluent, sonorous, later, archaic, italian, easy, less, liturgical, hiberno, abbreviated, u.s., iberic, century, 1'orient, learned, rustic, purest, polished, corrupted, compulsory, botanical, conversational, school, mixed, miserable, broken

Commonly used words are shown in bold. Rare words are dimmed.
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See latin used in context: 38 rhymes, 11 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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