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Latin is an Italic language, originally spoken in ancient Rome and its empire.
Latin can also refer to:
- Latins (Italic tribe), an ancient Italic tribe inhabiting ancient Italy
- Various people throughout history, and currently throughout Europe and the Americas who have been or are called Latins
Language and languages
- The Roman or Latin alphabet, which became the basic script used by most European languages
- Wheelock's Latin, a textbook for teaching the Latin language
- Dog Latin, a whimsical pseudo-language utilizing Latin elements
- Macaronic Latin, the basis for defining Macaronic language, a mixed language
- Pig Latin, a whimsical pseudo-language based on sound alternations in English
- Latino sine Flexione, an artificial language based on Latin but without inflections
- Latinism, the use of words from or like Latin
- Latinization (literature), the alteration of foreign words into Latin-like ones
People with the surname Latin
- Denis Latin (b. 1966), Croatian television host
- Ivo Latin (1929–2002), former speaker of the Parliament of Croatia and Mayor of Zagreb
- Latin American music, musical styles and genres found within Central and South America.
- Latin dance, a division of ballroom dancing
- Latin jazz, jazz based on the rhythms of and similar to those of Latin dance
- "Latin", the fourth movement of Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells 2003 album
- Latin (album), an album by the band Holy Fuck
- Latin honors, expressions in Latin of academic distinction placed on a new degree
- Latin square, a square array in which each symbol appears exactly once in each row and each column
- Latin Rite, the principal rite within the Roman Catholic Church as distinguished, for example, from Orthodox Christianity
- All pages beginning with "Latin"
- Ladin (disambiguation)
- Latino (disambiguation)
- Latina (disambiguation)
- Latin Quarter (disambiguation)
- Lattin (disambiguation)
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