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Latin is the language that used to be spoken in the Roman Empire, as such it is not a nationality. The term ''Latin'' is also used to describe people who come from countries where Spanish and Portuguese is the primary language, and to describe those countries as a group; hence the term ''Latin America''.

If your surname is ''Latin'', that tells us very little about your nationality, although it suggests some European connection.

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