[ ling-gwis-ti-kuh l ]
/ lɪŋˈgwɪs tɪ kəl /
(not in technical use) linguistic.
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- linguistic form,
- linguistic geography,
- linguistic philosophy,
- linguistic stock,
- linguistic universal,
Origin of linguistical
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Examples from the Web for linguistical
I omit here his linguistical writings, and his publication of the "Historia del Origen de los Indios, &c.," in 1857.Notes on the Bibliography of Yucatan and Central America|Adolph Francis Bandelier