Neo-Latin

Neo-Latin

[nee-oh-lat-n]
noun
1.
Also called New Latin. the Latin that became current, notably in scientific literature, after the Renaissance, c1500. Abbreviation: NL, NL., N.L.
2.
romance1 ( def 8 ).
adjective
3.
romance1 ( def 12 ).

Origin:
1840–50

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Neo-Latin (ˌniːəʊˈlætɪn)
 
n
1.  another term for New Latin
 
adj
2.  denoting or relating to New Latin
3.  denoting or relating to language that developed from Latin; Romance

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