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Latinism a word, expression, or construction derived from or imitative of Latin.
Latinist a scholar of Latin.
Latinize to bring into conformity with the beliefs, customs, or practices of the Latins or of the Roman Catholic Church. [2 definitions]
Latino a native of Latin America, or an American of Latin American descent (used in reference to males or to males and females). [2 definitions]
Latin Rite the authorized rites of the Roman Catholic Church, esp. those that use liturgical Latin.
Latinx (sometimes considered offensive) being or pertaining to a person or persons of Latin American ancestry (used in order to avoid gender specificity).
latish somewhat or moderately late.
latitude the angular distance between the equator and a point north or south on the earth's surface, as measured in degrees. [3 definitions]
latitudinarian permitting or advocating freedom of thought, esp. in religious matters. [2 definitions]
latke a pancake, esp. one made of grated potatoes.
latrine a toilet for use by many, with or without plumbing, as in a camp or a military barracks or bivouac.
-latry worship of or extreme devotion to.
latter the second of two mentioned. [3 definitions]
latter-day of contemporary or modern times.
Latter-day Saint see "Mormon."
latterly recently; lately. [2 definitions]
lattice a flat, open framework made by interweaving two sets of parallel strips of material, usu. wood, often used as a decorative screen, as on a porch or in a garden. [3 definitions]
latticework a lattice, or lattices collectively; trelliswork.
Latvia a country of East Europe bordered by the Baltic Sea, Russia, Estonia, and Lithuania; formerly a republic of the Soviet Union.
Latvian of or pertaining to Latvia or its people, culture, language, or the like. [3 definitions]
laud to praise. [3 definitions]