Crossword Clues for LATIN

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Classical language Thomas Joseph 09 Aug 2022
Language of many a motto LA Times Daily 12 Jun 2022
Language of many a motto The Washington Post 12 Jun 2022
Classical language Eugene Sheffer 27 May 2022
An ancient language The Telegraph Quick 17 May 2022
Caesar's language Thomas Joseph 17 May 2022
Cicero's tongue The Guardian Quick 28 Apr 2022
Caesar's language Thomas Joseph 23 Apr 2022
The language of ancient Rome Irish Times Simplex 21 Apr 2022
Classical tongue Thomas Joseph 12 Apr 2022
Classical language The Times Concise 06 Apr 2022
Livia's language The Washington Post Sunday 13 Mar 2022
Language that gave us 'ad hoc' USA Today 10 Mar 2022
Seminary subject Newsday 04 Mar 2022
Classical tongue Thomas Joseph 12 Jan 2022
Language that gave us 'i.e.' USA Today 10 Jan 2022
Language of ancient Rome Irish Times Simplex 05 Jan 2022
Hogwarts motto language LA Times Daily 22 Dec 2021
Initially language almost turned Italian now The Telegraph Cryptic 11 Nov 2021
Language of ancient Rome Irish Times Simplex 26 Oct 2021
Language of old Romans Irish Times Simplex 14 Oct 2021
Old language the French preserve The Times Cryptic 14 Oct 2021
"E pluribus unum" language Universal 02 Oct 2021
Like many a motto Wall Street Journal 23 Sep 2021
Language of ancient Rome Irish Times Simplex 01 Sep 2021
In which 'Stella' means 'star' New York Times 25 Jul 2021
Source of much legalese Newsday 27 May 2021
Language that gave us 'e.g.' USA Today 14 May 2021
'Et tu' language USA Today 10 May 2021
Vatican language Newsday 03 May 2021
Classical language Thomas Joseph 25 Mar 2021
'Tabula rasa' language USA Today 19 Mar 2021
Tiberius' tongue LA Times Daily 21 Feb 2021
Tiberius' tongue The Washington Post 21 Feb 2021
Romance language's root USA Today 19 Feb 2021
Like 'alter ego' and 'alma mater' New York Times 06 Dec 2020
Caesar's language Thomas Joseph 02 Dec 2020
Like 'aurum' for gold and 'ferrum' for iron New York Times 11 Nov 2020
Mass medium New York Times 10 Oct 2020
Pig ___ (silly language) Universal 02 Sep 2020
Language of the Roman Empire USA Today 30 Aug 2020
Classical language Eugene Sheffer 26 Aug 2020
Horace’s poetry is written in it Wall Street Journal 11 Aug 2020
Cato's language Premier Sunday 02 Aug 2020
Virgil's language LA Times Daily 26 Jul 2020
Virgil's language The Washington Post 26 Jul 2020
Language of law Canadiana 06 Jul 2020
Pig ___ (pseudo-language) USA Today 25 Jun 2020
Mostly dead -- and popular -- language The Telegraph Cryptic 17 Jun 2020
Language of "mea culpa" Premier Sunday 24 May 2020
Caesar's language The Telegraph Quick 22 May 2020
What's learner doing now? Language The Telegraph Toughie 22 May 2020
Language of ancient Rome Irish Times Simplex 28 Mar 2020
Foreign language seen on U.S. money New York Times 22 Mar 2020
Forum language Wall Street Journal 04 Mar 2020
Language of many state mottos Newsday 11 Dec 2019
Language of old Romans Irish Times Simplex 10 Sep 2019
Language for the Masses? LA Times Daily 08 Sep 2019
Language for the Masses? The Washington Post 08 Sep 2019
Music store category New York Times 10 Aug 2019
Language of the Masses Wall Street Journal 13 Jul 2019
Caesar's language Newsday 15 May 2019
"Et cetera" language Universal 29 Apr 2019
Nero's language Newsday 17 Apr 2019
Language of old Rome Irish Times Simplex 11 Apr 2019
Much of legalese Newsday 23 Mar 2019
Classical language The Times Concise 28 Feb 2019
Nero's language USA Today 21 Feb 2019
Language of 15-Across 4-Down New York Times 20 Feb 2019
"Carpe diem" language Universal 26 Jan 2019
'Id est,' e.g Thomas Joseph 16 Jan 2019
Language learned by seminarians USA Today 13 Jan 2019
Language for the Masses?
Language of 15-Across 4-Down
Good language to know for this puzzle
Language learned by seminarians
Language of the Masses
Nero's language
"Et cetera" language
"Carpe diem" language
Music store category
Language of old Rome Newsday 03 Dec 2018
Ancestor of Italian Newsday 02 Dec 2018
What most college mottoes are in New York Times 27 Nov 2018
The language of ancient Rome Irish Times Simplex 29 Sep 2018
What Rowling learned at Exeter Newsday 15 Sep 2018
Forum language USA Today 26 Jul 2018
What Julius Caesar spoke Newsday 24 Jul 2018
Language on all current U.S. coins USA Today 23 Jul 2018
Ancient language The Telegraph Quick 13 Jul 2018
Ab absurdo language Universal 08 Jul 2018
Cicero wrote in it Wall Street Journal 03 Jul 2018
Some disapproval at insolent language The Sun Two Speed 14 Jun 2018
Classical tongue The Sun Two Speed 14 Jun 2018
Some scornful at ingrate's language The Sun Two Speed 30 Apr 2018
Caesar's tongue Thomas Joseph 31 Mar 2018
Classic language The Washington Post 04 Mar 2018
Classic language LA Times Daily 04 Mar 2018
"E pluribus unum" language LA Times Daily 26 Feb 2018
'E pluribus unum' language The Washington Post 26 Feb 2018
Classical tongue Thomas Joseph 09 Feb 2018
Requiem language, often The Washington Post Sunday 14 Jan 2018
Ipso facto, e.g LA Times Daily 06 Jan 2018
Ipso facto, e.g The Washington Post 06 Jan 2018
Ipso facto, e.g.
"E pluribus unum" language
What most college mottoes are in
Ab absurdo language
Forum language
Language on all current U.S. coins
Cicero wrote in it
Language no one speaks? The French can The Sun Two Speed 30 Dec 2017
Classical language The Sun Two Speed 30 Dec 2017
Fool upset following the Parisian's language The Telegraph Cryptic 28 Nov 2017
Language of old Rome Universal 18 Nov 2017
Like many state mottos Newsday 23 Sep 2017
Classical language The Telegraph Quick 30 Jun 2017
Language of ancient Rome The Telegraph General Knowledge 04 Jun 2017
"Et tu, Brute?" or "Veni, vidi, vici" USA Today 18 Apr 2017
What Bryn Mawr grads once had to know Newsday 15 Apr 2017
Mass communication? Wall Street Journal 15 Apr 2017
Caesar's native tongue Universal 07 Apr 2017
Language of many mottos The Washington Post 26 Mar 2017
Language of many mottos LA Times Daily 26 Mar 2017
Language of many mottos
Caesar's native tongue
Language of old Rome
"Et tu, Brute?" or "Veni, vidi, vici"
Italic language of ancient Rome The Telegraph General Knowledge 18 Dec 2016
Forum language LA Times Daily 26 Aug 2016
Like salsa New York Times 16 Jul 2016
Mexican from city with money The Times Cryptic 03 Jun 2016
19-Across's language Universal 16 Apr 2016
Part of a classical education New York Times 14 Apr 2016
'E pluribus unum,' e.g The Washington Post 21 Mar 2016
Vatican City language Newsday 09 Mar 2016
"Amo, amas, amat," e.g USA Today 29 Feb 2016
and 15 Down: Student area of Paris The Telegraph Quick 05 Feb 2016
The French can be ancient Italian The Sun Two Speed 02 Feb 2016
Ancient language The Sun Two Speed 02 Feb 2016
Holy See official language Newsday 10 Jan 2016
Like salsa
Forum language
"E pluribus unum," e.g Universal 18 Nov 2015
Source of many legal terms Newsday 04 Nov 2015
Language picked up in north country, mostly The Times Cryptic 26 Oct 2015
Forum speech Wall Street Journal 22 Oct 2015
A language The Telegraph Quick 18 Aug 2015
Many prayers are said in it New York Times 25 Mar 2015
Language of 14-Across LA Times Daily 17 Mar 2015
Forum speech
Many prayers are said in it
Language of 14-Across
"E pluribus unum," e.g.
Source of many legal terms
Caesar's language
Forum talk was in it
Many mottoes are written in it
Pig __
Vulgar language?
Tacitus' tongue
Speech in the Forum
Like many abbreviated terms in footnotes
"Dies Irae" language
Nero's native tongue
See 27-Down
What Mr. Chips taught
Like the samba and salsa
Status quo language?
Language of many a motto
It's spoken in high school and that's about it
Terence's tongue
Kind of Grammy awards
The Vatican's language
One-time mass communication medium?
Caesar's language
Catholic Church language
Source of much legalese
With 42-Across, one who might memorize 64-Across?
Like about half of American states' mottos
A quarter of Paris
Word after pig or before Quarter
Forum talk
Language for legal terminology
Pig __
Like about half of American states' mottos
Julius Caesar's language
Pig ___
Mass language
Roman language
Exempli gratia, e.g.
What Seneca spoke
Source of much of English
Legal language
Homo sapiens, e.g.
Livy's tongue
Hogwarts motto language
Status quo language?
What Cicero spoke
Hogwarts motto language
Caesar's tongue
Legal language
Like many mottoes
"Aeneid" language
What Forum addresses were in
"E pluribus unum", e.g.
Mass medium?
"Aeneid" language
What Forum addresses were in
Language for the masses?
Virgil's tongue
Language of ancient Rome
Like salsa music
Source of much legalese
Classic language, and with 61-Across, hint to the puzzle theme found at the starts of 20-, 37- and 57-Across
Romance languages ancestor
Classic language, and with 61-Across, hint to the puzzle theme found at the starts of 20-, 37- and 57-Across
Romance languages ancestor
Tongue of Tiberius
The talk of the Forum?
Root of all Romance languages
What Caesar spoke
. . . in this language
1-Across topic
Tongue of Tiberius
"E pluribus unum," e.g.
English root
Like 35-Across
Like much legalese
Lingo of the masses?
Forum lingo
Mass communication?
Mass language
Like 35-Across
Nero's language
Word with "America" or "lover"
Cato's tongue
Liturgical language
Vulgar language?
Source of many loanwords
Vulgate's language
Language of ancient Rome
Classic subject
Taxonomy language
Language for the masses?
Language of many courtroom phrases
Like most South Americans
Language of many courtroom phrases
With 71-Across, sort of person who might enjoy this puzzle?
Livy's language
Parisian Quarter
Word with lover or America
Mass communication?
Et cetera, etc.
Language for the masses
Language of Lucretius
Mass communication?
Tiberius' tongue
Ancient language
Language of ancient Rome
Classic subject
Classic subject
Tiberius' tongue
7-Down is in it
Caesar's tongue
CD store section
Igpay anguagelay
Quarter or pig
Quorum's origin
Pig language?
Quorum's origin
Forum language
Livy's language
Exempli gratia, e.g.
Language that may be vulgar
Nero's language
Language for the masses
Language of the masses, once
Catholic church language
Vatican City's official language
Mass language
___ America
Forum language
Dead language
Language of science
Language for the masses
Forum speech
Livy's language
Mass confusion?
Whence many loanwords
"Ad hominem" source
Mass communication medium?
Tacitus' tongue
Pig language?
Romance language
Pig ___
Language of ancient Rome
Caesar's tongue
Exempli gratia, e.g.
Language course
Pig ___
Ovid's tongue
Nero's tongue
Ovid's language
The talk of the Forum
It can be vulgar
Romance language source
One-time language of the Masses?
What "L" may stand for
Parent of romance languages
Caesar's tongue
A quarter of Paris
See 41-Across
Like "E pluribus unum"
Language of the masses, once
Mr. Chips' subject
Mass communication?
What Mr. Chips taught
___ Quarter
Amo, amas, amat, e.g.
Language of 23 Across
Roman language
Like 50-Across and 10-Down
Papal language
Word after pig or before America
Language of Cicero
Nero's native tongue
Quo vadis for example
Language course
Caesar's tongue
Caesar's tongue
Liturgy language
Sine qua non <P>e.g.
Cato's tongue
Pig or vulgar
Pig ___
Mr. Chips's class in "Goodbye, Mr. Chips"
Like many inscriptions
Type of cross or square
Kind of mass
"E pluribus unum," e.g.
Language for the masses
Language for the masses?
Kind of quarter
Forum language
What Mr. Chips taught
"Amo, amas, amat," e.g.
Language of Lucretius
Brazilian e.g.
____ America
Former language of 12 Down
Language of the Gracchi
Famed quarter
___ America
Parisian quarter
Lucan's tongue
Galba's tongue
Cato's tongue
A quarter of Paris
Livy's language
Desi Arnaz, e.g.
Quarter in Paris
Livy's tongue
Quarter of fame
___ Quarter
Root of many of our words
Quarter preceder
Livy's lingo
Virgil's tongue
Seneca's tongue
"Aeneid" language
Quarter of Paris
High-school subject
Terence's tongue
Follower of Low or Vulgar
Nero's tongue
Like Cugat's rhythm
Caesar's tongue
Quarter type in Paris
The tongue of Tiberius
Old tongue
Tiberius's tongue
Language of the masses no longer
Tacitus's tongue
Cicero's tongue
Trajan's tongue
Paris Quarter
___-American
South American
One of the Americas
Forum talk
Caesar's medium
Amo, esse, ego, etc.
Amo, veni, ubi, etc.
Forum tongue
Low, Vulgar or Late
School course
School course.
___ America.
Language.
Caesar's words.
Madrileno.
One-time school requirement.
Old tongue.
___ Quarter.
Parisian quarter.
Language of "Winnie Ille Pu."
School subject.
Pig or dog ___.
Classical school subject.
_____ America.
Amo, amas, amat.
Livy's tongue.
Spaniard or Italian.
Secondary school subject.
Clerical language.
Ancient language.
Tacitus' tongue.
Kind of American.
Cum laude, for instance.
Ancient tongue.
Classical language.
University quarter of Paris.
The talk of old Rome.
High school subject.
Prescription writing.
Paris' ___ Quarter.
Hispanic.
___ Quarter of Paris.
South Amercian.
Language used in singing masses.
Basic language.
South American.
Señor or Señorita.
Exempli gratia, for example
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