- linguistic analysis,
- linguistic area,
- linguistic atlas,
- linguistic borrowing,
- linguistic form
Origin of linguistic
Examples from the Web for linguistic
It is a linguistic wish for the same kind of campaign that catapulted Barack Obama forward from the caucuses.The Coronation That Wants to Be a Movement: Scenes From Hillary’s Iowa Steak Fry|Ana Marie Cox|September 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And this linguistic difference means concrete battles over autism.
Here in Odessa, the conflict has nothing to do with a linguistic divide.
Nugent's recent slur against Obama is just one among many of the raging, aging rock star's linguistic stylings.
He also pointed out that such unfortunate language “belongs to the linguistic repertoire of all political sides.”Why Do Italian Jews Tolerate Berlusconi's Trivialization of the Holocaust?|Anna Momigliano|November 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The linguistic basis of mediaeval civilization was thus Latin, either in its classical or in its vulgar form.The Unity of Civilization|Various
Cannot hope to rival that linguistic feat, but may be able to learn a few phrases between Cannes and Barcelona.Mr. Punch on the Continong|Various
This is quite true, but it does not hold for the linguistic expression of an emotionally accentuated content.Collected Papers on Analytical Psychology|C. G. Jung
In addition to this general consideration we have to take account of the linguistic difficulties discussed above.The Heroic Age|H. Munro Chadwick
It is doubtful, however, whether Sally Bell's linguistic information could be falsified.California Athabascan Groups|Martin A. Baumhoff
1856, from French linguistique (1833); see linguist + -ic. The use of linguistic to mean "of or pertaining to language or languages" is "hardly justifiable etymologically," according to OED, but "has arisen because lingual suggests irrelevant associations." Related: linguistically.