interrete

EsperantoEdit

EtymologyEdit

inter- (between) +‎ reto (web) +‎ -e, calque of English Internet.

AdverbEdit

interrete

  1. online
    Li laboras interrete.He works online.

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ItalianEdit

EtymologyEdit

inter- (between) +‎ rete (web), calque of English Internet.

NounEdit

interrete f (plural interreti)

  1. Synonym of internet

LatinEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

A modern neologism, from inter- (between) +‎ rēte (net), a calque of English Internet.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

interrēte n (genitive interrētis); third declension

  1. (New Latin) The internet.
    • 1999, Congregatio pro Institutis Vitae Consecratae et Societatibus Vitae Apostolicae, Verbi Sponsa: Instructio de vita contemplativa deque monialium clausura. [1], Vatican:
      Usurpatio si quae erit aliorum communicationis instrumentorum recentium, qualia sunt: similaria, telephonia cellularia, interrete...
      If there will be usage of other, more recent instruments of communication, such as fax machines, cellphones and the Internet...
    • 2000, Versio anglica hujus parvae comoediae per Interrete apud gregem c.t. LatinTeach apparuit. (The English version of this playlet appeared on the Internet in the LatinTeach list.) — Texas Classical Association (translation from same) [2]
    • 2001, Antonius Pelosi, Lingua Latina Peculiare Signum Unitatis et Universalitatis Ecclesiae. [3], Latinitas (Sep. 2001), reprinted in Warszawskie Studia Teologiczne (XIII/2000, pages 191-198):
      Praeterea in Finnia et in Bohemia Stationes Radiophonicae nuntios Latina emittunt lingua, qui per interrete quoque vulgantur...
      Furthermore, radio stations in Finland and Czechia broadcast the news in Latin, which is also published on the internet...
    • 2006, Annula E. Llewellyn, Annula E. Llewellyn Reverendissimo domino archiepiscopo Leonardo Sandri s.pl.d. [4], Latinitas Opus Fundatum in Civitate Vaticana:
      Haud aliter, crede mihi, nisi per Interrete linguae Latinae studium inter iuniores potissimum temporibus futuris propagabitur.
      In hardly any other way, believe me, save through the Internet will the study of the Latin language be spread among the youth in the future.

DeclensionEdit

Third-declension noun (neuter, “pure” i-stem).

Case Singular Plural
Nominative interrēte interrētia
Genitive interrētis interrētium
Dative interrētī interrētibus
Accusative interrēte interrētia
Ablative interrēte
interrētī
interrētibus
Vocative interrēte interrētia

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