- of or belonging to language: linguistic change.
- of or relating to linguistics.
Origin of linguistic
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These are linguistically far apart, but it is a question whether the brachycephalic element in both is not originally the same.In Northern Mists (Volume 1 of 2)
He was the father of Scottish poetry and history, and his Bruce is linguistically of high value.
It deals with the dry topic of finding Easter, but linguistically it is above price.The Wanderings and Homes of Manuscripts
M. R. James
Among the linguistically distinct peoples found in the latter area are the Tupi, Arawaks, and Caribs.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
For, linguistically, just as a subject is always the subject of an object, so an object is always the object of a subject.Kant's Theory of Knowledge
Harold Arthur Prichard
- of or relating to language
- of or relating to linguistics
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Word Origin and History for linguistically
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