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noun

any form of nonclassical Latin, as Late Latin, Vulgar Latin, or Medieval Latin. Abbreviations: LL, L.L.

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Origin of Low Latin

First recorded in 1870–75
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Low Latin

noun

any form or dialect of Latin other than the classical, such as Vulgar or Medieval Latin
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