Anglo-Latin

noun Latin as used in medieval England.

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  • Anglo-Latin — noun a) Medieval Latin language as used in Britain, especially ecclesiastical and legal Latin. b) Term derived from the Anglo Latin medioeval language, such as hearse, herald and …   Wiktionary

  • anglo-latin — adj. & n. adj. of Latin as used in medieval England. n. this form of Latin …   Useful english dictionary

  • Anglo-Latin — /ang gloh lat n/, n. Medieval Latin as used in England. Abbr.: AL, AL., A.L. [1785 95] * * * …   Universalium

  • Anglo-Latin — An•glo Lat•in [[t]ˈæŋ gloʊˈlæt n[/t]] n. peo Medieval Latin as used in England Abbr.: AL • Etymology: 1785–95 …   From formal English to slang

  • Anglo-Latin — /æŋgloʊ ˈlætn/ (say anggloh latn) noun the Latin language as spoken and written in Britain in the Middle Ages …   Australian English dictionary

  • Latin America — Latin American redirects here. For Latin American people, see Latin Americans. Latin America Area 21,069,501 km2 (8,134,980 sq mi) Population 572,039,894 …   Wikipedia

  • Anglo- — ► COMBINING FORM 1) English: anglophone. 2) English or British and …: Anglo Latin. ORIGIN from Latin Anglus English …   English terms dictionary

  • Anglo- — combining form English: anglophone. ↘of English origin: Anglo Saxon. ↘English and …: Anglo Latin. ↘British and …: Anglo Indian. Origin mod. L., from L. Anglus English …   English new terms dictionary

  • Anglo-Saxon literature — (or Old English literature) encompasses literature written in Anglo Saxon (Old English) during the 600 year Anglo Saxon period of England, from the mid 5th century to the Norman Conquest of 1066. These works include genres such as epic poetry,… …   Wikipedia

  • Anglo-Norman literature — is literature composed in the Anglo Norman language developed during the period 1066–1204 when the Duchy of Normandy and England were united in the Anglo Norman realm. IntroductionThe Norman language came over to England with William the… …   Wikipedia

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