[ lat-uh-fuhn-dee-uhm ]
/ ˌlæt əˈfʌn di əm /
noun, plural lat·i·fun·di·a [lat-uh-fuhn-dee-uh]. /ˌlæt əˈfʌn di ə/. Roman History.
a great estate.
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British Dictionary definitions for latifundium
/ (ˌlætɪˈfʌndɪəm) /
noun plural -dia (-dɪə)
a large agricultural estate, esp one worked by slaves in ancient Rome
Word Origin for latifundium
C17: from Latin lātus broad + fundus farm, estate
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