Dictionary of Linguistics
Mario Pei and Frank Gaynor bring together essential terms and concepts in this extensive Dictionary of Linguistics. With a carefully crafted headword list and plenty of cross-references and accessible explanations, this dictionary will keep readers coming back again and again.
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accent action adjective African Negro language Algonquian Altaic sub-family American Indian language Andamanese language Aramaic articulation Asiatic language Bantu family branch century A.D. Classified as Asianic clause com con conjugation conjunction q.v. consisting consonant declensional denoting designation dialect Dravidian language Eastern Caucasian elements English expression extinct language family of lan family of languages Finno-Ugric languages Finno-Ugric or Uralic flexional French function gender given language grammatical gender guages indicate Indo-European family Indo-European languages inflectional Jespersen's term language also called language spoken languages e.g. Latin linguistic Malayo-Polynesian family meaning mood morpheme native speakers North American Indian North Caucasian North Caucasian family noun persons phonetical terminology predicate prefix preposition pro pronoun pronunciation qq.v Romance language semantic sentence Sino-Tibetan family southern speech stress sub Sudanese-Guinean family suffix syllable synonym tense term occasionally Tibeto-Burmese tongue Turkic group Ural-Altaic family variant verb verbal aspect West Semitic West Semitic language West Slavic language