Latinian

noun
La·​tin·​i·​an | \ laˈtinēən, ləˈ-\
plural -s

Definition of Latinian

: a division of the Italic languages that is commonly restricted to the ancient languages Latin, Lanuvian, and Faliscan, but is occasionally used to include the modern Romance languages

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