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Junggrammatiker

[ yoong-grah-mah-tee-kuhr ]
/ ˈyʊŋ grɑˌmɑ ti kər /
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noun Linguistics, German.
a group of linguists of the late 19th century who held that phonetic laws are universally valid and allow of no exceptions; neo-grammarians.
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Origin of Junggrammatiker

Literally, “young grammarians”

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