November 28, 2021

Linatin (native name lingua Latīna) is an Italian language used since ancient times in Latium and Hadto Rome.



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Language tools

"Latin Dictionary Headword Search". Perseus Hopper. Tufts University. Searches Lewis & Short's A Latin Dictionary and Lewis's An Elementary Latin Dictionary. "Online Latin Dictionary with Conjugator and Declension tool". Olivetti Media Communication. Search online Latin-English and English-Latin Dictionary with complete declension or conjugation. "Latin Word Study Tool". Perseus Hopper. Tufts University. Identifies the grammatical functions of words entered. Aversa, Alan. "Latin Inflector". University of Arizona. Identifies the grammatical functions of all the words in sentences entered, using Perseus. "Latin Verb Conjugator". Verbix. Displays complete conjugations of verbs entered in first-person present singular form. "Online Latin Verb Conjugator". Retrieved from original 2016-05-18. Retrieved 2015-01-22. Displays conjugation of verbs entered in their infinitive form. Whittaker, William. "Latin Words". Notre Dame Archives. Retrieved from original 2006-06-18. Retrieved 2015-01-22. Identifies Latin words entered. Translates English words entered. "Alpheios Greek and Latin Tools". Alpheios Project. Combines dictionaries, grammars, morphological analyzers, and inflection tables in a browser addon. Latin Dictionaries to the Open Directory Project Dymock, John (1830). A new abridgment of Ainsworth's Dictionary, English and Latin, for the use of Grammar Schools (4th ed.

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