Definition of Lattin
1. latten [n -S] - See also: latten
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Literary usage of Lattin
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Ireland from the Restoration to the Revolution, 1660-1690 by John Patrick Prendergast (1887)
"John lattin, of Morristown, in the county of Kil- dare, was distracted in ... Stephen lattin, his son, presented his case to the King at the Restoration. ..."
2. Journal of the County Kildare Archaeological Society by County Kildare Archaeological Society (1902)
"THE lattin FAMILY.1 family of Latton—variously spelled Latin, Latyn, ... In 1590 William lattin, of Morris- town, son of the above John, and his wife, ..."
3. A Record of Education: The Schools and Teachers of Dedham, Massachusetts by Carlos Slafter (1905)
"... The question being put whether the care of providing A lattin School Master shall be left to the care of the selectmen it was ..."
4. View of the Russian Empire During the Reign of Catharine the Second, and to by William Tooke (1800)
"... draw fix feet water when loaded, and cany one very large cannon. They are rigged with a lattin fail and jib, and are provided with twenty- four oars ..."
5. Watertown Records by Watertown (Mass.), Historical Society of Watertown (Mass, Historical Society of Watertown (Mass.), Watertown (Mass (1900)
"him of this town and to be allowed as followeth : for all fuch as learn lattin: 6: pence per week : &: for learning ..."