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152 results for LATIN

34 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for LATIN.

DateGridClueAuthor
Sat Jul 16, 201623ALike salsaByron Walden
Thu Apr 14, 201618APart of a classical educationJason Flinn
Wed Mar 25, 20159DMany prayers are said in itJacob Stulberg
Sun Aug 4, 201393ALike the samba and salsaSteven Ginzburg
Tue Apr 16, 201333ASee 27-DownPeter Broda
Tue Feb 14, 201239AWith 42-Across, one who might memorize 64-Across?Paula Gamache
Sun Aug 14, 2011104DExempli gratia, e.g. (2)Paula Gamache
Wed May 11, 201123DHomo sapiens, e.g.Jonah Kagan
Sat Sep 26, 200960A1-Across topicJoon Pahk
Tue Feb 24, 200918ARoot of all Romance languagesStephen Edward Anderson
Sat Nov 1, 200845AMass communication? (2)Donald K. Willing
Wed Oct 10, 200756DLike most South AmericansRobert Zimmerman
Sun Aug 12, 200797AExempli gratia, e.g. (2)Cathy Millhauser
Mon Apr 2, 20071AWith 71-Across, sort of person who might enjoy this puzzle?Richard Hughes
Sat Aug 6, 20058D7-Down is in itFrank Longo
Sun Jan 25, 2004107AMass communication? (2)Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
Fri Sep 12, 200310AMass communication medium?Sherry O. Blackard
Sat Aug 16, 200343A"Ad hominem" sourceManny Nosowsky
Wed Mar 27, 200210DIt can be vulgarSarah Keller
Tue Apr 24, 200149DSee 41-AcrossTyler Hinman
Tue Feb 20, 200142ALike "E pluribus unum"Steven Dorfman
Sat Aug 21, 199913DLike 50-Across and 10-DownCharles E. Gersch
Sun Sep 6, 199865APig ___Rich Norris
Mon Apr 27, 199810DMr. Chips's class in "Goodbye, Mr. Chips"Gregory E. Paul
Fri Jan 30, 199828DLike many inscriptionsMartin Ashwood-Smith
Sun Oct 12, 1997112AKind of quarterNancy Salomon
Mon Sep 22, 19975AForum languageGregory E. Paul
Tue Sep 16, 199754D"E pluribus unum," e.g.Christopher Page
Sat Feb 1, 199735ALanguage for the massesR. H. Burns
Tue Nov 19, 199612DWhat Mr. Chips taughtG. E. Paul
Mon Apr 15, 199628DLanguage of LucretiusS. L. Robbins
Mon Mar 4, 199665A"Amo, amas, amat," e.g.S. B. Whitten
Mon Apr 10, 199545DFormer language of 12 DownSidney L. Robbins
Sun Dec 12, 199325AA quarter of ParisCathy Millhauser

2 results for LATIN from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Mar 4, 2018acrosticDWhat Terence wrote plays inEmily Cox & Henry Rathvon
May 15, 2016acrosticFWhat almost half of U.S. state mottoes are inEmily Cox & Henry Rathvon

116 results for LATIN from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Sun Nov 7, 199371DLucan's tongueJames E. Hinish, Jr.Taub
Sun Oct 17, 199390ACato's tongueJeanette K. BrillTaub
Sun Oct 3, 199390DParisian quarterWarren W. ReichTaub
Mon Aug 30, 199353DFamed quarterSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Sun Aug 1, 199333DCato's tongueMartin FassMaleska
Sat May 15, 199362A___ AmericaEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Fri Apr 2, 199347AGalba's tongueEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Tue Dec 1, 199261ADesi Arnaz, e.g.Michael S. MaurerMaleska
Tue Sep 8, 199261ADesi Arnaz, e.g.Michael S. MaurerMaleska
Sun Jan 19, 199227ALivy's languageStanley GlassMaleska
Sat Nov 2, 199153AQuarter in ParisBrett A. BlaylockMaleska
Fri Oct 18, 199118DQuarter in ParisVirginia L. YatesMaleska
Sun May 6, 199040DLivy's tongueJacques LiwerMaleska
Mon Mar 26, 199024DQuarter of fameSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Sat Jul 29, 198945DQuarter precederBeverly TivinMaleska
Thu Jun 1, 198920A___ QuarterDorothea E. ShippMaleska
Thu Apr 6, 198941ARoot of many of our wordsBetty JorgensenMaleska
Sun Feb 12, 19898DQuarter precederJune A. BoggsMaleska
Fri Dec 25, 19876DLivy's tongueJoy L. WoukMaleska
Sun Aug 16, 198724AKind of quarterJoy L. WoukMaleska
Sun Jun 14, 198749AVirgil's tongueMaura B. JacobsonMaleska
Wed Dec 17, 198651DSeneca's tongueChristopher SherwoodMaleska
Sun Sep 22, 198565ALivy's tongueE. T. M. (Eugene T. Maleska)Maleska
Sun Sep 1, 19852DQuarter of ParisFrances HansenMaleska
Thu Jun 13, 198544A"Aeneid" languageGayle DeanMaleska
Thu May 30, 198527DHigh-school subjectJohn GreenmanMaleska
Sun Dec 30, 198465DVirgil's tongueBeverly TivinMaleska
Thu Jul 5, 198458ATerence's tongueCharlotte ShoreMaleska
Mon Nov 28, 198332DNero's tongueJohnsonMaleska
Sat Sep 10, 198339AFollower of Low or VulgarS. E. WilkinsonMaleska
Sun Feb 27, 198352DCato's tongueCarol DuttingMaleska
Tue Oct 12, 198234D___ QuarterA. J. SantoraMaleska
Mon Dec 21, 198118ALike Cugat's rhythmWilliam E. HeinemannMaleska
Thu Feb 26, 198125DKind of quarterC. J. AngioMaleska
Tue Jan 20, 198140ACaesar's tongueJohnsonMaleska
Sun Sep 7, 198054DQuarter type in ParisCaroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
Tue Aug 12, 198010DCato's tongueJoy L. WoukMaleska
Sat Jun 28, 19806AForum languageWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Fri Apr 11, 198010DThe tongue of TiberiusMaurice J. TeitelbaumMaleska
Sat Dec 22, 197924ACaesar's tongueA. J. SantoraMaleska
Sun Nov 18, 197956DOld tongueWilliam J. YskampMaleska
Sat Dec 2, 197825DCicero's tongueJean J. DavisonMaleska
Tue Nov 7, 197846DLivy's languageC. J. AngioMaleska
Wed Jul 26, 197830ATiberius's tongueStrassheimMaleska
Sun Feb 26, 1978102ATacitus's tongueKenneth HaxtonMaleska
Thu Jan 12, 197859ALanguage of the masses no longerRichard SilvestriMaleska
Sat Dec 17, 197751ATrajan's tongueWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Mon Jul 18, 197746DLivy's tongueElaine D. SchorrMaleska
Wed Jun 1, 19776D___ AmericaAllan BlackmanMaleska
Thu Mar 17, 19777DCicero's tongueRuth N. SchultzMaleska
Wed Dec 17, 197543A___-AmericanWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Sun Jun 15, 197582DSouth AmericanWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Mon May 26, 19757DParis QuarterTap OsbornWeng
Sat Apr 26, 197542ACicero's tongueBert BeamanWeng
Thu May 23, 197448DParis QuarterJack L. SteinhardtWeng
Sun May 5, 197457AOne of the AmericasLouis C. Mandes Jr.Weng
Wed Nov 7, 19736AForum talkUnknownWeng
Mon Oct 29, 197315APig ___UnknownWeng
Thu May 3, 197311DQuarter of ParisUnknownWeng
Sat Apr 14, 197356ACicero's tongueUnknownWeng
Sun Feb 18, 197343ASouth AmericanJack LuzzattoWeng
Mon Dec 25, 197231ACaesar's mediumUnknownWeng
Tue Mar 21, 197250DForum languageUnknownWeng
Mon Feb 28, 197250DCicero's tongueUnknownWeng
Fri Jul 2, 197164AForum tongueUnknownWeng
Tue May 25, 197168AAmo, esse, ego, etc.UnknownWeng
Thu Mar 4, 197148DHigh-school subjectUnknownWeng
Tue Feb 23, 197120AAmo, veni, ubi, etc.UnknownWeng
Sat Feb 6, 197124DCicero's tongueUnknownWeng
Thu Oct 29, 197018ASchool courseUnknownWeng
Mon Aug 3, 197033ALow, Vulgar or LateUnknownWeng
Fri Nov 21, 196955ASchool course.UnknownWeng
Mon May 6, 196840D___ America.UnknownFarrar
Sat Apr 27, 196836ALanguage.UnknownFarrar
Sun Apr 30, 196762DMadrileno.Arnold MossFarrar
Sat Apr 29, 196733DCaesar's words.Louis SabinFarrar
Fri Apr 29, 196638DOne-time school requirement.UnknownFarrar
Sun Apr 3, 196697DOld tongue.William LutwiniakFarrar
Fri Apr 30, 196551D___ Quarter.UnknownFarrar
Mon Nov 9, 196437AParisian quarter.UnknownFarrar
Thu Aug 22, 196331DLanguage of "Winnie Ille Pu."UnknownFarrar
Fri Nov 23, 19624DSouth American.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 6, 196225DSchool subject.Sidney LambertFarrar
Fri Apr 6, 196224A___ Quarter.Jay SheldonFarrar
Sun Oct 1, 196168DPig or dog ___.Sidney LambertFarrar
Tue Dec 8, 195944AClassical school subject.UnknownFarrar
Sun Nov 23, 1958136A_____ America.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Sun Sep 21, 195882ASchool subject.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Wed Jun 18, 195847D___ America.Herman KeldFarrar
Thu Apr 24, 195838ASchool subject.UnknownFarrar
Tue Dec 3, 195727AAmo, amas, amat.UnknownFarrar
Wed Apr 3, 195731ASecondary school subject.Roberta MorseFarrar
Tue Apr 2, 195751DLivy's tongue.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sat Mar 30, 195737DSpaniard or Italian.J. F. KellyFarrar
Tue Dec 25, 19565DAncient language.Diana SessionsFarrar
Tue Nov 13, 195623DSpaniard or Italian.Dorothy E. SmithFarrar
Wed Feb 1, 195649DClerical language.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Wed Nov 16, 195519AKind of American.UnknownFarrar
Sun Apr 10, 1955102DTacitus' tongue.Sam LakeFarrar
Wed Aug 4, 195426DAncient tongue.S. A. KayFarrar
Thu Feb 25, 195427DCum laude, for instance.Dorothy SmithFarrar
Fri Dec 12, 195245DPrescription writing.UnknownFarrar
Tue Oct 7, 195218AClassical language.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jun 10, 195239DHigh school subject.UnknownFarrar
Mon May 26, 195227AUniversity quarter of Paris.UnknownFarrar
Sun May 4, 1952111AThe talk of old Rome.Willard N. JordanFarrar
Wed Nov 28, 195111DParis' ___ Quarter.UnknownFarrar
Sun Nov 13, 194978DHispanic.S. K. FliegnerFarrar
Sun Jan 16, 1949117D___ Quarter of Paris.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sun Nov 10, 194672ALanguage used in singing masses.Louis JenkinsFarrar
Sun Aug 11, 1946130DSouth Amercian.Louis BaronFarrar
Sun Aug 20, 194449DBasic language.Dan CaywoodFarrar
Sun Mar 5, 194488DSouth American.Waldo RansonFarrar
Sun Dec 19, 194341ASeñor or Señorita.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Sun Jun 13, 1943120DSouth American.Joseph C. EmidyFarrar
Sun Mar 8, 1942144ASouth American.Mabel DaggettFarrar