Gomez Luis Diego
ldgomez at NS.OTS.AC.CR
Fri Dec 8 10:57:45 CST 1995
Latin is a proper name of a language, just like German, Spanish, Italian.
Thus one write something like== He spoke fluent French -
but one would say, == His idiomatic usage was italianized, or germanic, or
whatever. As to use of s or z in the ending syllable, both forms are correct
one more britannic than the americanised version. It is in my opinion a
matter of style (pompouness,perhaps?) to write e.g.-- Dr. Wolfe Latinized
the name to describe, etc--.
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