Latino-Faliscan

Latino-Faliscan
/leuh tee'noh feuh lis"keuhn/, n.
a group of early Italic languages, including Latin and Faliscan.
Also, Latin-Faliscan /lat'n feuh lis"keuhn/. Also called Latinian.
[LATIN + -O-]

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