Medieval Latin


Medieval Latin
/mɛdiivəl ˈlætn/ (say medeeeevuhl 'latn)

noun
the Latin language of the literature of the Middle Ages (usually dated AD 700 to 1500), including many Latinised words from other languages.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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