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Synonyms for dialect

Synonyms for dialect

a variety of a language that differs from the standard form

a system of terms used by a people sharing a history and culture

specialized expressions indigenous to a particular field, subject, trade, or subculture

Synonyms for dialect

the usage or vocabulary that is characteristic of a specific group of people

References in classic literature ?
In order to give his language the appearance of antiquity, he rejected every word that was modern, and produced a dialect entirely different from any that had ever been spoken in Great Britain.
It is one thing to make use of the language and sentiments which are common to ourselves and our forefathers, and it is another to invest them with the sentiments and dialect exclusively proper to their descendants.
His latest offering regarding the Black Country dialect did strike a chord with me for I love dialects.
Most of the 22 papers are from two international conferences on the ancient Greek dialects of what is now central and northern Greece and the adjacent areas, held in October 2012 and May 2015 in Thessaloniki in conjunction with research projects at the time.
According to dialectologists, regional dialects are specific to geographical areas.
Linguists have also noted that some dialect features, especially phonological features, are not necessarily exclusive to speakers of nonmainstream dialects.
KUWAIT, Sept 25 (KUNA) -- Arabic language is rich with different dialects that represent the aspects of Arab societies, despite their unified traditions and culture.
German officials plan to screen refugees using an automated software that analyzes dialects, according to German paper Die Welt via (http://www.
PHP works close by HTML inside a similar archive which takes into account clients to compose and show data inside a web program much simpler than other programming dialects.
A LEADING linguist will examine the origins of traditional Welsh dialects that are dying out in the area hosting this year's National Eisteddfod.
Two Cypriots from across the divide have come together to produce a joint dictionary of the dialects of their respective communities.
Dr Ros Barber of Goldsmiths, University of London claimed that the existing evidence suggesting Shakespeare used regional dialects in his work was unreliable.
FSI recognizes the importance of localized vocabulary and pronunciation and has expanded language instruction in dialects.
The thirty-eight informants represented in this collection are primarily middle-aged men between the ages of thirty and fifty, although older and younger men and women are also represented, and his informants even include a child (otherwise almost entirely unrepresented in Neo-Aramaic studies, as most dialects are moribund and have not been transmitted to the most recent generations).