Definition of Diachronic linguistics

1. Noun. The study of linguistic change. "The synchrony and diachrony of language"

Exact synonyms: Diachrony, Historical Linguistics
Generic synonyms: Linguistics
Terms within: Sound Law
Examples of category: Derivation, Deriving, Etymologizing
Derivative terms: Diachronic



Definition of Diachronic linguistics

1. Noun. (linguistics) Historical linguistics. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diachronic Linguistics

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diaceturia
diacetyl
diacetylated
diacetylcholine
diacetyldihydromorphine
diacetylene
diacetylenes
diacetylmethylcarbinol reductase
diacetylmonoxime
diacetylmorphine
diacetylrhein
diacetyls
diacetyltannic acid
diachronic
diachronic linguistics (current term)
diachronic study
diachronically
diachronicities
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diachronies
diachronous
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diachylon
diachylum
diacid
diacidic
diacids
diaclasis
diacodium

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