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.
another term for Roman alphabet
noun 1. the part of the American continents south of the United States in which Spanish, Portuguese, or French is officially spoken. noun 1. those areas of America whose official languages are Spanish and Portuguese, derived from Latin: South America, Central America, Mexico, and certain islands in the Caribbean 1862; see Latin (adj.). Related: Latin […]
- Latin american music
noun See Latin music
[lat-n-eyt] /ˈlæt nˌeɪt/ adjective 1. of, like, pertaining to, or derived from Latin. /ˈlætɪˌneɪt/ adjective 1. (of writing, vocabulary, etc) imitative of or derived from Latin
noun 1. the Roman Catholic Church. noun 1. the Roman Catholic Church