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Raetic

[ ree-tik ]
/ ˈri tɪk /
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noun
an extinct language of uncertain affinities that was spoken in Rhaetia and written with the Etruscan alphabet.
adjective
of or relating to Raetic.
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Also Rhaetian.

Origin of Raetic

From the Latin word Raeticus, Rhaeticus, dating back to 1930–35. See Rhaetia, -ic

Words nearby Raetic

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