Origin of Ladin
Examples from the Web for ladin
Most thrilling was the reunion with Ladin and Iman, the youngest of the siblings left behind.
Himself akin to the Chilcots and Smiths, Ladin has inherited not a few traditions of these families.
I see where you're ladin' me; but it won't do, Miss Kitty Lowry.Fardorougha, The Miser|William Carleton
The language generally spoken is the Ladin, a branch of the Romanic tongue.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
Shuri”—Ladin shivered as he uttered the name—“was looked upon as a tshovihawni (witch) by our folks.
I'm sure I must have the honor an' glory of ladin' on my arm one of the queen's maids of honor.The Catholic World; Volume I, Issues 1-6|E. Rameur
British Dictionary definitions for ladin
Word Origin for Ladin
Word Origin and History for ladin
Rhaeto-Romanic dialect spoken in Switzerland and Tyrol, 1873, from Latin Latinus "Latin."