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PHRASES LOANS FROM THE LATIN The Latin is the language that prevailed from the mid-second century BC until the Turkish conquest of the 16th century AD in most of Europe and parts of eastern Asia. The eastern part of the Roman Empire, which evolved into the Byzantine Empire, had until the 6th century AD as the official language of Latin, which was later replaced by the Medieval Greek. Under these circumstances, it was next to the Greek language borrowed many linguistic elements from the Latin, a large number of which survive in today's Greek. In the vocabulary survives today in the Greek a fairly large number of loans from the Latin, which have even been adapted to the morphology of the Greek. These loans relate to the following areas:
a) Months Janus: January Februarius: February Martius: March Julius: July
b) Army Castrum: castle
Published on Feb 12, 2014