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This, in turn, reaches back to the Vulgar Latin quetus, meaning "quiet" or "still.
In 1947, Giuliano Bonfante wrote A Chronology of Vulgar Latin, never published.
The translation process is complicated by the complex syntax and rich vocabulary of late Latin, as well as by the fusion of patristic and vulgar Latin with Italian and latinized Greek terms and the appearance of Latin terms with Greek endings.