- (Of language) having the character of Latin: Latinate oathsMore example sentences
- But English is only partly a Latinate language.
- She found herself using large Latinate words, the meanings of which she never could have paraphrased, but which reproduced themselves in her sentences with startling precision.
- The 15th century represents a low point for the Latinate tradition, but it revives in the 16th century under the impact of humanism and the regeneration of the universities.
More definitions of LatinateDefinition of Latinate in:
- The US English dictionary