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Lexicon Recentis Latinitatis: Vol 2
What is an ''escariorum lavator''? Or a ''birota automataria levis''? Doesn't sound like Horace to you? Not surprising, because these are the new Latin terms for ''dishwasher'' and ''motorcycle. The Vatican has for the first time published a single-volume edition of its Latin-Italian dictionary, the Lexicon Recentis Latinitatis, and it includes not only divine diction but modern terms that have had no equal in Latin -- like pornographic film, which has been translated into ''pellicula cinematographica obscena.
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