Ladin

Ladin

[luh-deen]
noun
1.
a Rhaeto-Romanic dialect of the southern Tyrol.
2.
a dialect of Romansh spoken in the Inn River valley of Grisons canton, Switzerland.
3.
a person who speaks Ladin.

Origin:
1875–80; < Romansh < Latin Latīnus Latin

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Ladin (læˈdiːn)
 
n
Friulian Compare Romansch a Rhaetian dialect spoken in parts of South Tyrol
 
[C19: from Italian ladino, from Latin latīnus Latin]

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Ladin
1877, Rhaeto-Romanic dialect spoken in Switzerland and Tyrol, from L. Latinus "Latin."
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