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medieval Latin

Syllabification: me·di·e·val Lat·in

Definition of medieval Latin in English:

noun

Latin of about ad 600–1500.
Example sentences
  • Cormorant comes via the Old French cormaran from medieval Latin corvus marinus, sea-raven.
  • But there were other reasons why we can observe this shift from medieval Latin to the vernacular.
  • Languages courses available in the York area include Arabic, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, classical or medieval Latin.

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