Romance languages

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The group of modern languages descended from Latin (which itself joins with them to form the branch of Indo‐European known as Italic), the chief of which are French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Romanian (and, of literary‐historical importance, Provençal).

Subjects: Linguistics.

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