[ luh-deen ]
/ ləˈdin /
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a Rhaeto-Romanic dialect of the southern Tyrol.
a dialect of Romansh spoken in the Inn River valley of Grisons canton, Switzerland.
a person who speaks Ladin.
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Origin of Ladin
1875–80; <Romansh <Latin LatīnusLatin
Words nearby Ladin
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How to use Ladin in a sentence
Most thrilling was the reunion with Ladin and Iman, the youngest of the siblings left behind.The Bin Ladens' Family Struggle|Jean Sasson|May 3, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Shuri”—Ladin shivered as he uttered the name—“was looked upon as a tshovihawni (witch) by our folks.
Saying this, Gypsy Ladin closed the porch door, but not without difficulty, for a gale was battering upon the wayside bungalow.
While the black trees shuddered outside in the tempest, Ladin next told a story I shall never forget.
Himself akin to the Chilcots and Smiths, Ladin has inherited not a few traditions of these families.
Frome Edinburgh war frauchted xii schippis richlie ladin, according to the wares of Scotland.The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)|John Knox
British Dictionary definitions for Ladin
Word Origin for Ladin
C19: from Italian ladino, from Latin latīnus Latin
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