Latinlsm (or 1-), Latlnist, Latlnlze (or I.); Ladin; IateeD;-Latlmn, whence the ad~ LatIaD.
1. Lattum, the It region in which Rome lies and of which the campagna di Roma fonna the greater part (1 therefore from lliIus, wide, broad, sand r lat-), has s LAti-and r Lat.; its adj, formed with -fnw, is latTnw, s kltin-, whence OF-F latin and E Latin. Derivative latTnitas becomes MF-F lattn/te, E LAtlntty; derivative LL latTn/rare becomes EF-F lattniser, E latlnize; Lminism and Latinist are anI formations, perh aided by EF-F latinisme, late MF-F latiniste, and It latinismo, ·ista.