Definition of neo-Latin in English:

neo-Latin

Syllabification: ne·o-Lat·in

noun

  • another term for modern Latin.
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    • This was far from a static process, often producing innovative results in neo-Latin or in the vernacular, yet it conferred continuity to the literary culture of Italy over a very long period.

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