ラテン語, 羅甸語, 拉丁語, ラテンご, らてんご

  • ratengo,ratengo

Definition of ラテン語,羅甸語,拉丁語,ラテンご,らてんご

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • Latin

Related Kanji

word, speech, language
gauze, thin silk, Rome
region around the imperial capital, outskirts
Latin, kidnap, crush
street, ward, town, counter for guns, tools, leaves or cakes of someth, even number, 4th calendar sign

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Examples of ラテン語,羅甸語,拉丁語,ラテンご,らてんご in a Sentence

その言葉ラテン語から来ている
The word is derived from Latin.
この単語ラテン語由来している
This word is derived from Latin.
Shakespeare knew only a little Latin, but he put the little he knew to very good use.
しかし、その一方ラテン語はそのときまでに「死語となっていた
But, then again, Latin was already a "dead language" by that time.
多く英単語ラテン語由来する
Many English words are derived from Latin.
Few students can read Latin.
ラテン語変化多い
Latin is a highly inflected language.
ラテン語死んだ言語である
Latin is a dead language.
The parallel with English becomes even more striking when we realize that Latin continued to be used for many hundreds of years more as the world's first "international language."
ラテン語勉強夢中になっている。
He is absorbed in the study of Latin.

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