Origin of polyglot
OTHER WORDS FROM polyglotpol·y·glot·ism, noun
Words nearby polyglot
How to use polyglot in a sentence
Los Angeles was wonderfully exotic; a polyglot mix of Aztec, Incan, Mayan and New World scents and sounds.
As the elite polyglot sex workers entertained the foreign sailors they whispered sweet Soviet propaganda into their ears.
And in recent decades, the Valley has become ethnically polyglot and more complex.Two Jews, One Congressional Seat: Howard Berman vs. Brad Sherman|Andrew Murr|June 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
One morning, he discovered the campus of a theological seminary that he now covets for a polyglot academy he dreams of starting.Adventures with an Extreme Polyglot: Excerpt from 'Babel No More'|Michael Erard|January 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The frightened maid ceased to scold in her polyglot way and grew coherent.The Weight of the Crown|Fred M. White
A sweet polyglot, but hurrying; it has the notes of many birds.The Natural History of Selborne, Vol. 1|Gilbert White
He calls this a humble tribute to the geniality of the English summer, and thinks that he may be termed a polyglot ablutionist.Three in Norway|James Arthur Lees
At this time the cars, always polyglot, are filled with shop-hands and workers, and no English at all is heard.Letters from America|Rupert Brooke
On nearing The Bow the confusion ceased; the polyglot sounds were distinguishable only as a murmur.Flamsted quarries|Mary E. Waller