1. Latin since the Renaissance; used for scientific nomenclature
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How To Use Neo-Latin In A Sentence

  • The linguist, who has published an Italian-Sicilian Dictionary, also maintains that Sicilian is not neo-Latin, and cites the fact that it has only the three vowels ‘a’, ‘i’, and ‘u’, and has a number of cacuminal consonants.
  • Sodium — the name is derived from soda, originally an Italian term for ash used in glassmaking and later applied to a number of sodium salts — is Na, short for natron or natrium, a neo-latinate term also applied to a variety of sodium compounds. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XXIII No 4
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