Definition of Linguistically. Meaning of Linguistically. Synonyms of Linguistically

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Definition of Linguistically

Linguistically
Linguistically Lin*guis"tic*al*ly, adv. In a linguistic manner; from the point of view of a linguist. --Tylor.

Meaning of Linguistically from wikipedia

- the methods for studying and modeling them. The traditional areas of linguistic analysis include phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics,...
- with the original speech community gradually evolving into distinct linguistic units. Individuals belonging to other speech communities may also adopt...
- "prescriptivism" as the concept where a certain language variety is promoted as linguistically superior to others, thus recognizing the standard language ideology...
- linguistics. As an object of linguistic study, "language" has two primary meanings: an abstract concept, and a specific linguistic system, e.g. "French". The...
- in the work of Leonard Bloomfield and others. Linguistic description is often contrasted with linguistic prescription, which is found especially in education...
- Greenwashing (a compound word modelled on "whitewash"), also called "green sheen", is a form of marketing spin in which green PR (green values) and green...
- Linguistic imperialism or language imperialism is occasionally defined as "the transfer of a dominant language to other people". This language "transfer"...
- discourse. One of the crucial questions which unites different approaches to linguistic semantics is that of the relationship between form and meaning. Formal...
- found several peculiarities that he interpreted as corresponding to linguistically rare features, such as a lack of numbers and color terms in the way...
- of Northern Australia: comparative studies of the continent’s most linguistically complex region". Studies in Language Change, 552. Canberra: Pacific...
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