The language of the Yukaghirs, perhaps related to Uralic.
A member of a Native American people inhabiting a coastal area of western British Columbia and extreme southeast Alaska.
One's manner or style of speaking:
Nomenclature is defined as a system of names and terms used in a particular field of study or community.
The definition of a dialect is a variety of a language which has different pronunciation, grammar or vocabulary than the standard language of the culture.
The ability to speak.
(Printing) A particular manner of dealing with spelling, punctuation, word division, etc., as by a specific publisher, newspaper, etc.
A melodious sound made by a bird, insect, whale or other animal.
Poetry is a style of writing that uses a formal organization and that is often divided up into lines or stanzas, or it refers to something beautiful.
Something printed; esp., a reprint, revision, or edition, as of a book
Incoherent speech; gibberish
A hybrid language used for this purpose, as pidgin English
Vernacular is common language spoken by average citizens of a particular place, or is language used within a particular field or industry.
A phrase, construction, or expression that is recognized as a unit in the usage of a given language and either differs from the usual syntactic patterns or has a meaning that differs from the literal meaning of its parts taken together (Ex.: not a word did she say; she heard it straight from the horse's mouth)
A motion of the limbs or body made to express or help express thought or to emphasize speech.
A traditional British Christmas entertainment for children, usually based on nursery tales and featuring stock characters in costume who sing, dance, and perform skits.
An indicator, such as a gesture or colored light, that serves as a means of communication.
Articulation is defined as the act of speaking clearly.
A particular word or phrase:
The ability to produce such sounds:
Language that is elaborate, pretentious, insincere, or intellectually vacuous:
A spoken language or dialect.
Language outside of conventional usage.
(Archaic) The language or cant of thieves, tramps, or underworld figures.
The investigation of the origin and history of literary documents; textual criticism.
The sound system of a language:
(Linguistics) The study of the structure and form of words in language or a language, including inflection, derivation, and the formation of compounds.
A member of a Mesoamerican Indian people of southwest Mexico whose civilization was at its height from the 14th century until the Spanish conquest.
A member of a group of North American Indian peoples of NW North America
(Music) All the compositions of a certain kind or for a specific instrument or ensemble:
The branch of linguistics that deals with etymologies.
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