Mediolatinitas

LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

Likely calqued on/adapted from French médiolatinité (Medieval Latin), Italian mediolatino (Medieval Latin, adj. and subst.) or another Romance language, and is more in line with Greek than with Latin word-formation models. Analyzable as Mediolatīnus (of or pertaining to Mediaeval Latin) +‎ -tās (-ity) or medius (middle) +‎ -o- +‎ Latīnitās (Latinity).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

Mediolatīnitās f sg (genitive Mediolatīnitātis); third declension

  1. (Contemporary Latin, very rare) the characteristic idioms and compositions of the Latin in use during the Middle Ages, Mediaeval Latinity
    1979, Siguinus, Magister, active 11th century., Ars lectoria : un art de lecture à haute voix du onzième siècle[1], Ed. critique edition, Leiden: E.J. Brill, →ISBN, OCLC 6514062:
    Index dictiōnum quae ut opīnāmur ad mediolatīnitātem pertinent.
    Index of expressions that we believe belong to Medieval Latin.

DeclensionEdit

Third-declension noun, singular only.

Case Singular
Nominative Mediolatīnitās
Genitive Mediolatīnitātis
Dative Mediolatīnitātī
Accusative Mediolatīnitātem
Ablative Mediolatīnitāte
Vocative Mediolatīnitās