The dog-latin of the fellow of Trinity is inimitable, while there is a peculiarly roguish delicacy about his humour.
It was then in a choking voice that Cephas delivered Mr. Sanders's message, using the dog-latin which they both knew so well.
Fifty-two volumes in folio, of the acta sanctorum, in dog-latin, would be a formidable enterprise to the most laborious German.
It is a mock-heroic tale, in dog-latin, of a country feud on the Fifeshire lands of his old friends the Cunninghams.
Their Latin was grammatical, but very like dog-latin for all that.
It was perhaps from this, or some similar occurrence, that this barbarous Latin gained the name of dog-latin.