the Latin of the late Western Roman Empire and of patristic literature, from about a.d. 150 to 700.
the form of written Latin used from the 3rd to the 7th centuries ad See also Biblical Latin, Medieval Latin
[leyt-lee] /ˈleɪt li/ adverb 1. of ; recently; not long since: He has been very grouchy lately. /ˈleɪtlɪ/ adverb 1. in recent times; of late adv. Old English lætlice “slow, sluggish;” see late (adj.) + -ly (2). Meaning “within recent times” is from late 15c., probably a new formation. Related Terms johnny-come-lately
[leyt-n] /ˈleɪt n/ verb (used with or without object) 1. to make or become .
[leyt-n-see] /ˈleɪt n si/ noun, plural latencies. 1. the state of being . 2. Computers. the time required to locate the first bit or character in a storage location, expressed as access time minus word time. 3. . n. 1630s, “condition of being concealed,” from latent + -cy. Meaning “delay between stimulus and response” is […]
noun 1. Psychoanalysis. the stage of personality development, extending from about four or five years of age to the beginning of puberty, during which sexual urges appear to lie dormant. 2. Pathology. (def 1). noun 1. (psychoanal) a period according to Freud, from the age of about five to puberty, when sexual interest is diminished […]