Venetic

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noun Ve·net·ic \və-ˈne-tik\

Definition of Venetic

  1. :  the language of the ancient Veneti of Italy — see indo-european languages table

Venetic

adjective

Origin and Etymology of venetic

borrowed from Latin Veneticus “pertaining to the Veneti (of Gaul),” from Venetī + -icus 1-ic


First Known Use: 1902

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