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/liNGˈgwistiks/,
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The scientific study of language and its structure, including the study of morphology, syntax, phonetics, and semantics. Specific branches of linguistics include sociolinguistics, dialectology, psycholinguistics, computational linguistics, historical-comparative linguistics, and applied linguistics,
  1. The scientific study of language and its structure, including the study of morphology, syntax, phonetics, and semantics. Specific branches of linguistics include sociolinguistics, dialectology, psycholinguistics, computational linguistics, historical-comparative linguistics, and applied linguistics


  1. the scientific study of language
  2. (linguist) a specialist in linguistics
  3. (linguist) a person who speaks more than one language
  4. (linguistic) consisting of or related to language; "linguistic behavior"; "a linguistic atlas"; "lingual diversity"
  5. Linguistics is the scientific study of natural language. Linguistics encompasses a number of sub-fields. An important topical division is between the study of language structure (grammar) and the study of meaning (semantics and pragmatics). ...
  6. Linguistics: An Interdisciplinary Journal of the Language Sciences is an international peer-reviewed journal of linguistics published by Mouton de Gruyter. ...
  7. (The Linguist (Cupid episode)) The following is a list of episodes for the television show Cupid.
  8. (The Linguists) The Linguists is an independent 2008 American documentary film about language extinction and language documentation. ...
  9. (Linguist) An expert scholar of language.
  10. (linguistic) applications like parsing, lemmatising words
  11. (Linguists) People who know or study our Dane-zaa language. Our own Dane-zaa linguists are working with linguists from universities to translate Dane-zaa recordings from our elders and Dreamers into English, so that our young people can understand them and learn how our language explains our world.
  12. The study of language.  An academic in this field is referred to as a linguist.
  13. the science which concerns itself with the origin, development, history, relationships and structure of languages. Judicious use of linguistic data can reveal much of direct relevance to archaeology. ...
  14. The scientific study of language, which may be undertaken from many different aspects, for example, sounds (phonetics) or structures of words (morphology) or meanings (semantics).
  15. (pp. 723-725): John Cunningham Lilly's dates are (1915-2001).
  16. Scientific study of language. Modern linguistics emphasizes descriptive accuracy and observation of actual utterances.
  17. While India's medical doctors, architects, metallurgists, mathematicians, astronomers, and others were appreciated for their knowledge and skills in their fields, the pride of place in the world of brahminic knowledge always belonged to the study of the Word (va¯k), which from early on was seen ...
  18. Syntactic Structures (1957) · Aspects of the Theory of Syntax (1965) · The Sound Pattern of English (1968) · The Logical Structure of Linguistic Theory (1975) · Lectures on Government and Binding (1981) · The Minimalist Program (1995)
  19. The study of human speech, including the units, nature, structure and development of language(s).
  20. n lason-leha lason-leha
  21. the study of phonemes.
  22. Same as  tag question
  23. an abstract category or class of linguistic item or unit, as distinct from actual occurrences in speech or writing. Contrasted with token