Most thrilling was the reunion with Ladin and Iman, the youngest of the siblings left behind.
The language generally spoken is the Ladin, a branch of the Romanic tongue.
I'm sure I must have the honor an' glory of Ladin' on my arm one of the queen's maids of honor.
Himself akin to the Chilcots and Smiths, Ladin has inherited not a few traditions of these families.
While the black trees shuddered outside in the tempest, Ladin next told a story I shall never forget.
I see where you're Ladin' me; but it won't do, Miss Kitty Lowry.
Shuri”—Ladin shivered as he uttered the name—“was looked upon as a tshovihawni (witch) by our folks.
Rhaeto-Romanic dialect spoken in Switzerland and Tyrol, 1873, from Latin Latinus "Latin."