lahyph – Hyphenation patterns for the Latin language
These are patterns for the Latin language mainly in modern spelling (u when u is needed and v when v is needed); medieval spelling with the ligatures \ae and \oe and the (uncial) lowercase ‘v’ written as a ‘u’ is also supported; apparently there is no conflict between the patterns of modern Latin and those of medieval Latin.
The patterns support the restricted character set of the OT1-encoding (obviously without the ligature characters), as well as T1-encoded usage.
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|Contained in||TeX Live as hyphen-latin|
Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- latin: Latin language definition for Babel
- ushyph: US hyphenation patterns
- eehyph: Hyphenation patterns for the Estonian language
- elhyphen: Hyphenation for Greek text