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  • adj. Of or pertaining to the New Latin language.

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Examples

  • It has some interesting things, including a Glossary of Latin Words Found in Records and Other English Manuscripts and some Neo-Latin links.

    On Latin, Comics, and Medea

  • The word "nostalgia" derives from Neo-Latin and then from the older Greek nost (os), a return home.

    Home, by Wally Bubelis

  • As to the specific example of Burkina, this is a common problem in Neo-Latin, because a huge percentage of people interested in it are Italian, and insist on Italic/Ecclesiastical pronunciation, which would screw up Burcina and some Germans use "Erasmian" which can also be prblematic.

    languagehat.com: VICIPÆDIA LATINA.

  • This Neo-Latin world the author would wish combined in one grand confederation, like the States of America.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 07, No. 39, January, 1861

  • To avoid all misunderstanding, I ought to point out that by the word Celtic I designate here, not the whole of the great race which, at a remote epoch, formed the population of nearly the whole of Western Europe, but simply the four groups which, in our days, still merit this name, as opposed to the Teutons and to the Neo-Latin peoples.

    The Poetry of the Celtic Races. I.

  • As a matter of fact, Mr. Bosanquet reveals his ignorance of the greater part of the contribution to Aesthetic made by the Neo-Latin races, which the reader of this book will recognize as of first-rate importance.

    Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic

  • This tendency towards German thought, especially in philosophy, depends upon the fact of the former undoubted supremacy of Germany in that field, but Croce does not for a moment admit the inferiority of the Neo-Latin races, and adds with homely humour in reference to Germany, that we "must not throw away the baby with the bath-water"!

    Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic

  • Spencer and Matthew Arnold, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche and Guyau: I had conversed with that living Neo-Latin, Anatole France, the modern

    Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic

  • Oisin I got a little help from an article on "The Neo-Latin Fay," by

    Fairies and Folk of Ireland

  • Neo-Latin literature dwindled away to nothing, and Palladio was followed by the violent reactionaries of the _barocco_ mannerism.

    Renaissance in Italy Volume 3 The Fine Arts

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