linguistic

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  • Others are of known people with no linguistic record (sometimes due to lost records).
  • Thus, humans were divided into linguistic groups, unable to understand one another.
  • This linguistic border is still evident today in the place names of the region.
  • He quickly added a sixth language - English - to his linguistic collection.
  • Quebec re-organized the schools along linguistic rather than religious lines.
  • These nations were often united by common linguistic, religious or family ties.
  • The new political border largely (though not entirely) followed the linguistic border.
  • Some linguistic features are particularly common among languages spoken in Africa, whereas others are less common.
  • India is a country with numerous distinct cultural and linguistic groups.
  • Within this area there are slight linguistic differences in almost every village.
  • Such state-sponsored migration must have added still more linguistic variety to the area.
  • There is no genetic or linguistic evidence for earlier contact along this route.
  • There is no linguistic reason other than usage for thinking so.
  • He wanted to create an easy-to-learn international auxiliary language to allow communication between different linguistic communities.
  • The state was subsequently split up along linguistic lines.
  • Culture, language and linguistic communities developed simultaneously, he argued, and could not do so without one another.
  • Class and occupation are among the most important linguistic markers found in society.
  • The names of the individual islands reflect their complex linguistic history.
  • The results determine how many potential positions in public service are allocated for each linguistic group.
  • As a result, much evidence is based on linguistic analysis.
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Synonyms of linguistic

Meaning of linguistic

  • adjective Consisting of or related to language
    linguistic behavior, a linguistic atlas, lingual diversity
  • adjective Of or relating to the scientific study of language
    linguistic theory