Definition of Latrant

1. a. Barking.

Definition of Latrant

1. Noun. (obsolete) One who complains constantly. ¹

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Definition of Latrant

1. barking [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Latrant

latitudinarianism
latitudinarians
latitudinous
latiumite
lative
lative case
latively
latka
latkas
latke
latkes
laton
latosol
latosolic
latosols
latrant (current term)
latrants
latrappite
latrate
latrated
latrating
latration
latrations
latred
latreutical
latria
latrias
latrine
latrines
latrociny

Literary usage of Latrant

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1. The First Part of Jacobs and Döring's Latin Reader: Adapted to Andrews and by Friedrich Jacobs, Friedrich Wilhelm Döring (1846)
"latrant How does the imperfect tense represent an action ? § 145, II. What are the terminations of the active voice, indicative mood, imperfect tense, ..."

2. M. Accii Plauti Comœdiæby Titus Maccius Plautus by Titus Maccius Plautus (1829)
"64 Mea latrant canes] Lamb, ... Etiam mea in me latrant canes? ... petunt, et nubila latrant.' Horat. Sät. n. 1. ..."

3. An universal etymological English dictionaryby Nathan Bailey by Nathan Bailey (1724)
"... fo» Lirim- Л, L.~\ they who take too great a Liberty in Point of Religion. latrant ... A latrant ..."

4. A new dictionary of the English language by Charles Richardson (1839)
"latrant, ad. Barking ¡ clamorous, noisy. L. latrant, pp of Latrare, to bark ; quod eft voce indicant, qua; noctu latent, ..."

5. A Grammar of the Latin Language for the Use of Schools and Colleges by Ethan Allen Andrews, Solomon Stoddard, Henry Preble (1888)
"Thus : — Bonus vir means " a GOOD man," vir bonus means " a good MAN ;" latrant canes means " dogs BARK," canes latrant means " DOGS bark." In the same way, ..."

6. Arrian on Coursing: The Cynegeticus of the Younger Xenophon, Translatd from by Arrian (1831)
"... the Molossi were remarkably latrant, whereas closeness of mouth was their more distinctive quality: unless indeed this Cardinal of St. Chrysogonus refer ..."

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