[lat-uh-mer] /ˈlæt ə mər/
Hugh, c1470–1555, English Protestant Reformation bishop, reformer, and martyr.
Hugh. ?1485–1555, English Protestant bishop: burnt at the stake for refusing to disavow his Protestant beliefs when Mary I assumed the throne
/ˌlætɪˈmɪərɪə/ noun 1. any coelacanth fish of the genus Latimeria
noun 1. (computing) another name for ISO Latin-1
[luh-tee-nuh, la-] /ləˈti nə, læ-/ noun 1. a woman of Latin-American or Spanish-speaking descent. /Italian laˈtiːna/ noun 1. a city in W central Italy, in Lazio: built as a planned town in 1932 on reclaimed land of the Pontine Marshes. Pop: 107 898 (2001) Former name (until 1947) Littoria
noun 1. the alphabetical script derived from the Greek alphabet through Etruscan, used from about the 6th century b.c. for the writing of Latin, and since adopted, with modifications and additions of letters such as w, by the languages of Western Europe, including English, as well as many other languages. noun 1. another term for […]