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Definition of Pentaglot

Pentaglot
Pentaglot Pen"ta*glot, n. [Penta- + -glot, as in polyglot.] A work in five different tongues.

Meaning of Pentaglot from wikipedia

- The Pentaglot Dictionary (Chinese: 御製五體清文鑑, Yuzhi Wuti Qing Wenjian; the term 清文, Qingwen, "Qing language", was another name for the Manchu language in...
- spoken quadrilingual, tetraglot - 4 languages spoken quinquelingual, pentaglot - 5 languages spoken ****alingual, hexaglot - 6 languages spoken septilingual...
- the major languages of China which included Chagatai Turki, such as the Pentaglot Dictionary. The Chagatai alphabet is based on the Perso-Arabic alphabet...
- commissioned new Manchu dictionaries, and directed the preparation of the Pentaglot Dictionary which gave equivalents for Manchu terms in Mongolian, Tibetan...
- languages of China which included Chagatai Turki language, such as the Pentaglot Dictionary. Shaw and Christian missionaries such as George W. Hunter,...
- as new Manchu dictionaries, both monolingual and multilingual like the Pentaglot. Among his directives were to eliminate directly borrowed loanwords from...
- Emperor, the Manchu alphabet is used to write Evenki (Solon) words. In the Pentaglot Dictionary, also commissioned by the Qianlong Emperor, the Manchu alphabet...
- cheerful (hence the name of the condition). Palmer, Shirley (1845). A Pentaglot Dictionary of the terms emplo**** in anatomy, physiology, pathology, practical...
- Kaozheng Literary inquisition Manchu Han Imperial Feast Peiwen Yunfu Pentaglot Dictionary Qing official headwear Qing poetry Quan Tangshi Queue Researches...
- dictionary of literary phrases, 10,257 entries arranged by 106 rimes Pentaglot Dictionary 1794 (Qing) 8,671 Manchu entries translated into Tibetan, Mongolian...
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