Disputatio:The Godfather (pellicula)

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I don't speak Latin, but isn't godfather "patrīnus"?[fontem recensere]

I've seen on Wiktionary that godfather was "patrīnus" in Vulgar Latin. I don't speak any Latin at all so I'm not the right to ask this. Nor do I know what kind of Latin that is used on this Vicipædia.

Of course you are allowed to ask this and you are quite right! Patronus means Patron and Patrinus means Godfather. One can find this Latin word for example in article 793 of the Codex Iuris Canonici from 1917 of the Catholic Church. Thank you for the hint! Bis-Taurinus (disputatio) 00:09, 14 Iulii 2018 (UTC)[reply]