latin-faliscan

Latino-Faliscan

[luh-tee-noh-fuh-lis-kuhn]
noun
a group of early Italic languages, including Latin and Faliscan.
Also, Latin-Faliscan [lat-n-fuh-lis-kuhn] .
Also called Latinian.


Origin:
Latin + -o-

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