Low Latin

Low Latin, Latin as spoken and written in the Middle Ages, being a degeneration of the classical which began as early as the time of Cicero and developed unchecked with the dismemberment of the Roman empire.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Low Church * Low Mass
Louvet
Louvois, Marquis of
Louvre
Louvre
Lovat, Simon Fraser, Lord
Lovedale
Lovelace
Lovelace, Richard
Lover, Samuel
Low Church
Low Latin
Low Mass
Low Sunday
Lowe, Sir Hudson
Lowell, James Russell
Lower Empire
Lowestoft
Lowth, Robert
Loyola, Ignatius
Lubbock, Sir John
Lübeck