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- adj. Of or pertaining to the Latvian people or the Latvian language.
- adj. Of or pertaining to the Baltic family of languages.
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Lettic, spoken to-day by the people living on the eastern shores of the
Slavo-Lettic tongues; the Aryo-Romanic into the ancient Aryan and the ancient Greco-Roman.
The ancient Slavo-Lettic divided first into a Baltic and a Slav language.
Aryo-Romanic and the Slavo-Germanic tongues have completely disappeared; so also the Aryan, the Greco-Roman, the Slavo-Lettic, and the ancient Germanic.
Such, also, were the Aryans of the _Lettic_ branch, of whom the _Lithuanians_ and the _Prussians_ were the principal divisions.
Lettic or Slavonic, though they are now reckoned as Teutonic, such as
The other Indo-European families are the Lettic, Slavic, Gothic, and Celtic, with their various subdivisions.