Lanuvian

noun
La·nu·vi·an | \ləˈn(y)üvēən\
plural -s

Definition of Lanuvian 

: the language of ancient Lanuvium that was closely related to Latin

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History and Etymology for Lanuvian

Lanuvium, city in ancient Latium, Italy + English -an

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