Latin idiom.

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  • latinism — LATINÍSM, (1) latinisme, s.n. 1. Cuvânt, formă sau construcţie sintactică împrumutate (fără necesitate) din limba latină (şi neasimilate încă în limba care a făcut împrumutul). 2. Curent apărut în lingvistica şi în filologia românească din sec.… …   Dicționar Român

  • Latinism — Lat in*ism, n. [Cf. F. latinisme.] A Latin idiom; a mode of speech peculiar to Latin; also, a mode of speech in another language, as English, formed on a Latin model. [1913 Webster] Note: The term is also sometimes used by Biblical scholars to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Latinism — [lat′ n iz΄əm] n. 1. a word, phrase, grammatical construction, or other feature originating in or peculiar to Latin 2. a Latin quality …   English World dictionary

  • Latinism — A Latinism (also called Latinity) is an idiom, structure, or word derived from or suggestive of the Latin language. For Latinistic words in English, see Latin influence in English.It can also be used to mean a word borrowed into another language… …   Wikipedia

  • Latinism — Latin ► NOUN 1) the language of ancient Rome and its empire. 2) a person from a country whose language developed from Latin, e.g. a Latin American. ► ADJECTIVE 1) relating to the Latin language. 2) relating to countries using languages that… …   English terms dictionary

  • Latinism — noun Date: circa 1570 1. a. a characteristic feature of Latin occurring in another language b. a word or phrase derived from Latin 2. Latin quality or character …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Latinism — /lat n iz euhm/, n. a mode of expression derived from or imitative of Latin. [1560 70; < ML latinismus. See LATIN, ISM] * * * …   Universalium

  • Latinism — noun Any word borrowed from Latin, or suggestive of Latin …   Wiktionary

  • latinísm — s. n., (cuvinte) pl. latinísme …   Romanian orthography

  • Latinism — Lat·in·ism || lætɪnɪzÉ™m n. idiom or mode of expression taken from or characteristic of Latin …   English contemporary dictionary

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