[la-teen-rigd, luh-] /læˈtinˌrɪgd, lə-/
having lateen sails.
(nautical) rigged with a lateen sail
[la-teen-rigd, luh-] /læˈtinˌrɪgd, lə-/ adjective 1. having lateen sails.
noun 1. a triangular sail set on a long sloping yard, used especially on the Mediterranean Sea.
noun 1. the Greek of the early Byzantine Empire and of patristic literature, from about a.d. 100 to 700. Abbreviation: LGk. noun 1. the Greek language from about the 3rd to the 8th centuries ad Compare Medieval Greek, Koine
noun 1. the Hebrew language as used from about a.d. 70 through the 13th century, including Mishnaic Hebrew and Medieval Hebrew.