Definition of Anglo-latin

1. Proper noun. Medieval Latin language as used in Britain, especially ecclesiastical and legal Latin. ¹



2. Proper noun. Term derived from the Anglo-Latin medioeval language, such as hearse, herald and prong. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anglo-latin

Anglifies
Anglify
Anglifying
Anglo-
Anglo-American
Anglo-Americans
Anglo-Catholic
Anglo-Catholicism
Anglo-Catholics
Anglo-Celtic Isles
Anglo-French
Anglo-Frisian
Anglo-Indian
Anglo-Indians
Anglo-Jewish
Anglo-Latin
Anglo-Norman
Anglo-Normans
Anglo-Saxon
Anglo-Saxon America
Anglo-Saxon deity
Anglo-Saxondom
Anglo-Saxons
Anglo-catholic
Anglocentric
Anglocentrically
Anglocentrism
Anglodom
Anglomania
Anglomaniac

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