Latinity

[luh-tin-i-tee]
noun
  1. knowledge or use of the Latin language: He bemoaned the lack of Latinity among today's scholars.
  2. Latin style or idiom.

Origin of Latinity

First recorded in 1610–20, Latinity is from the Latin word latīnitās Latin style. See Latin, -ity
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Latinity

noun
  1. facility in the use of Latin
  2. Latin style, esp in literature
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