OTHER WORDS FROM Latinisman·ti-Lat·in·ism, noun
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This expression, however signior Sylli picked it up, is a Latinism: Erras, tota via aberras.The Plays of Philip Massinger|Philip Massinger
After the Tuscan mariners transformed: a Latinism; so, 'since created man.
In this Latinism the preterit denotes that a thing or condition that once existed no longer exists.Modern Spanish Lyrics|Various
Latinism, like every new craze, became a passion, and ran through the less intelligent kinds of writing in a wild excess.English Literature: Modern|G. H. Mair
What a loss it would be had the magnificent rugged name of Rembrandt van Rhyn been exchanged for a smooth emasculated Latinism.A Wanderer in Holland|E. V. Lucas