Latin is one of the oldest and noblest languages of all, dating as far back as 75 BC. As an ancient Italic language, spoken by Italic Latins, and official language of Ancient Rome, it went through several stages: Archaic or Old Latin, Classical Latin, Vulgar Latin, Medieval Latin, Renaissance Latin, Early modern Latin, and Modern Latin. It was once the language of politics, religious ceremonies and works of Vergil and Ovid. Despite being called dead language, it had a significant influence in the formation of
Latin Baby Names
Salvete! The language of Ancient Rome, Cicero and Julius Caesar, considered the ‘mother of Romance languages’ and sometimes called the dead language. Latin gave rise to naming traditions of tens of different languages all over the world!