Origin of latte
Examples from the Web for latte
I get my latte and am assured that I am welcome to take it with me to my seat in the church.Even After Hobby Lobby, the Religious Right is Still Terrified|Gene Robinson|July 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But we also need to beware the Israeli version of latte liberalism.
But what if we all pooled the loose change we get back after buying our morning latte at Starbucks?
The liberal faithful fled the scene in favor of latte and Tim Russert on Sunday mornings.
British Dictionary definitions for latte
Word Origin for latte
Word Origin and History for latte
by 1990, espresso coffee with milk, short for caffè latte, from Italian, literally "milk coffee" (see cafe au lait).