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dicionario analógico

communication - Xhosa - agglutinative, polysynthetic - inverted comma, quotation mark, quote - language, natural language, tongue - epigram, quip, satirical poem - exclamation mark, exclamation point - pithily, sententiously - homograph - idiolect - semantically - concisely, drily, dryly, laconically, tersely - language, linguistic communication - name - clean - immaculate, speckless, spic, spic-and-span, spick, spick-and-span, spotless - articulate, enounce, enunciate, pronounce, say, sound out - interpret, render, translate - telegraphically, tersely - aphoristic, apothegmatic, epigrammatic - close packed, compact, compendious, succinct, summary, terse - concise, crisp, curt, laconic, terse - long-winded, tedious, verbose, windy, wordy - interpret, read, translate, understand - Old - Modern, New - define - transcribe, transliterate - formal - colloquial, conversational - ideographic - semantic, semantical - runic - homophonous - etymological - eponym, eponymic, eponymous - psycholinguistics - comparative linguistics, diachronic linguistics, diachrony, historical linguistics - phonemics, phonology - lexicology - onomastics - pragmatics - semantics - deixis - Grimm's law - Verner's law - sociolinguistics - context, context of use, linguistic context - phrase, sentence - word - antonym, opposite, opposite word - blend, portmanteau, portmanteau word - derivative - descriptor, form, signifier, word form - head, head word - heteronym - homonym - hypernym, superordinate, superordinate word - hyponym, subordinate, subordinate word - loan, loanword - metonym - hapax legomenon, nonce word - palindrome - base, radical, root, root of a word, root word, stem, theme - etymon, root - borrowing, calque, calque formation, loan translation, loanword, quote - equivalent word, synonym - term - language, list, nomenclature, register of names, roll, terminology - manner name, troponym - spoken word, vocable - syllable - lexeme - morph, morpheme - prefix - ending, termination - gerund - count noun - name, proper name, proper noun, proper noun/name - common noun - deverbal noun, verbal noun - cognomen, family name, last name, surname - christian name, first name, forename, given name - baptismal name, Christian name - praenomen - anonym, nom de guerre, pseudonym - stage name - nom de plume, pen name - head, header, heading - title - Alexandrine - orthography, writing system - Armenian, Armenian alphabet - orthography, spelling - misspelling - boustrophedon - syllabary, syllabic script - Linear A - Linear B - copula, copulative, linking verb - folk etymology - sense, signifié, signified - amphibology, amphiboly - euphemism - double entendre - gag line, laugh line, punch line, tag line - character, grapheme, graphic symbol - acute, acute accent, ague - grave, grave accent - breve - cedilla - circumflex - macron - tilde - diaeresis, dieresis, umlaut - monogram - capital, capital letter, majuscule, uppercase, upper-case letter - lowercase, lower case, lower-case letter, minuscule, small letter, upper case - type - blank, space - ideogram, ideograph - logogram, logograph - full point, full stop, period, point, stop - interrogation point, query, question mark - semicolon - signing, sign language - fingerspelling, finger spelling - American sign language, ASL - sign - Basic English - Esperanto - Europan - Idiom Neutral - Interlingua - Ido - Latino sine flexione - Novial - Pasigraphy - Ro - Solresol - command language, query language, search language - metalanguage - first language, maternal language, mother tongue, native language, native tongue - tonal language, tone language - creole, creole earring, hoop earring - pidgin - Chinook Jargon, Oregon Jargon - interlanguage, koine, lingua franca, official language - Yuman - Chinook, Chinookan - Beijing dialect, Mandarin, Mandarin Chinese, Mandarin dialect - Shanghai dialect, Wu, Wu dialect - Cantonese, Cantonese dialect, Yue, Yue dialect - Hakka, Hakka dialect - Qiang, Qiangic - Bai, Baic - Karen, Karenic - Lolo, Yi - Chin, Kuki, Kuki-Chin - Naga - Abor, Dafla, Miri, Mirish - Red Tai - Shan, Tai Long - Tay - Zhuang - Yay - Sundanese - Balinese, Balinesian - Cebuan, Cebuano - Hottentot, Khoikhoi, Khoikhoin - PIE, Proto-Indo European - Armenian, Armenian language - Church Slavic, Old Bulgarian, Old Church Slavic, Old Church Slavonic - Serbo-Croat, Serbo-Croatian - Old Prussian - English, English language - American, American English, American language - Middle English - Modern English - Anglo-Saxon, Old English - German, German language, High German - Old High German - Middle High German - Yiddish - Low German, Plattdeutsch - Old Saxon - Old Norse - Landsmaal, Landsmal, New Norwegian, Nynorsk - Faeroese, Faroese - Lapp, Saame, Saami, Same, Sami - Irish, Irish Gaelic - Middle Irish - Scots Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic - classical Latin - Vulgar Latin - Medieval Latin - Neo Latin, Neo-Latin, New Latin - Old French - Anglo-French, Anglo-Norman - Occitan, Provencal - Galician - East Tocharian, Turfan, Turfan dialect - Sanskrit, Sanskritic language - Sindhi - Bihari - Mahratti, Marathi - Avestan, Zend - Afghan, Afghani, Pashto, Pashtu, Paxto - Lycian - Modern Greek, New Greek - Byzantine Greek, Medieval Greek, Middle Greek - Ancient Greek - Doric, Doric dialect - Ionic - Ubykh - Kanarese, Kannada - Malayalam - Gondi - Manda - Bolanci, Bole - Angas - Pidlimdi, Tera, Yamaltu - Bura, Pabir - Daba, Kola, Musgoi - Bata - Sibine, Somrai - Akkadian - Arabic, Arabic language - Fang - Chaga, Chagga, Kichaga - Kinyarwanda - Nyamwezi - Basuto, Sesotho - Swahili - Ful, Fula, Fulani, Peul - Serer - Wolof - Dinka - line - Gallicism - abbreviation - apocope - acronym - pentameter - hexameter - phone, sound, speech sound - phoneme - allophone - diphthong - schwa, shwa - glide, semivowel - alveolar, alveolar consonant, dental, dental consonant - occlusive, plosive, plosive consonant, plosive speech sound, stop, stop consonant - explosion, plosion - labial, labial consonant - glottal catch, glottal plosive, glottal stop - nasalisation, nasalization - fricative, fricative consonant, spirant - affricate, affricate consonant, affricative - nasal, nasal consonant - mispronunciation - homophone - articulation - diction, enunciation, pronunciation - expression, locution, maxim, proverb, saw, saying - catchword, motto, shibboleth, slogan - axiom, maxim - aphorism, apophthegm, apothegm - adage, byword, proverb, saw - accent, dialect, idiom - argot, cant, gobbledegook, gobbledygook, jargon, lingo, patois, shoptalk, slang, technical jargon, vernacular - etymologist - Noah Webster, Webster - aphaeresis, apheresis - aphesis - assimilation - eclipsis, ellipsis - holonymy, whole to part relation - meronymy, part-of relation, part to whole relation, part-whole relation - words per minute, wpm[Domaine]

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