Latin comes from the tribe “Latins” that had inhabited Italy BC and started the Roman languages. Latin was used in ancient Rome and its provinces. Subsequently gave rise to a number of other languages including French, Italian, German, Spanish and others. Today it is considered a dead language because it isn’t spoken in any country as a mother language. With the exception of the Vatican it is not declared as an official language in another country. It is used in medicine and science as a universal language naming various drugs, animals and concepts. This is a free online translator from Latin to Bulgarian and from Bulgarian to Latin collects all currently known words from that language and provides a good translation.