Definition of Sinitic language

1. Noun. A group of Sino-Tibetan languages.

Exact synonyms: Sinitic
Specialized synonyms: Chinese
Generic synonyms: Sino-tibetan, Sino-tibetan Language



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sinitic Language

Singapura
Singaraja
Singh
Singhalese
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Singlish
Sinhala
Sinhalese
Sini
Sinic
Sinicism
Sinicisms
Sinicized
Sinicizing
Sinitic
Sinitic language (current term)
Sinkiang
Sinn Fein
Sinn Féin
Sinningia
Sinningia speciosa
Sino-
Sino-Japanese
Sino-Japanese War
Sino-Korean
Sino-Tibetan
Sino-Tibetan language
Sino-Vietnamese
Sinological
Sinologist

Literary usage of Sinitic language

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1. The Karen People of Burma: A Study in Anthropology and Ethnology by Harry Ignatius Marshall (1922)
"The language of the Karen, after being classed in various ways, has now been recognized as a Sinitic language and, according to the last Burma Census (1911) ..."

2. The Karen People of Burma: A Study in Anthropology and Ethnology by Harry Ignatius Marshall (1922)
"The language of the Karen, after being classed in various ways, has now been recognized as a Sinitic language and, according to the last Burma Census (1911) ..."

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