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anglice

adverb, an·gli·ce often capitalized \ˈaŋ-glə-(ˌ)sē\

Definition of ANGLICE

:  in English; especially :  in readily understood English <the city of Napoli, anglice Naples>

Origin of ANGLICE

Medieval Latin, adverb of anglicus
First Known Use: 1602

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