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the Latin that became current, notably in scientific literature, after the Renaissance, c1500. Abbreviation: NL, NL., N.L.
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How to use New Latin in a sentence
The third edition, by Xylander, in 1570, was also a repetition of the text of Aldus; but a new Latin translation accompanied it.
On its stump there was erected in 1897 a new Latin cross to commemorate the jubilee of Queen Victoria.Wanderings in Wessex|Edric Holmes
Again, in 1462 a new Latin Bible issued from their workshops in two folio volumes.The Printed Book|Henri Bouchot
It is impossible to learn how many pilgrims from the West made their permanent homes in the new Latin principalities.An Introduction to the History of Western Europe|James Harvey Robinson
British Dictionary definitions for New Latin
the form of Latin used since the Renaissance, esp for scientific nomenclatureAlso called: Neo-Latin
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