Definition of Syntax language

1. Noun. A language used to describe the syntax of another language.

Generic synonyms: Metalanguage



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Syntax Language

syntagmata
syntagmatic
syntagmatically
syntagmeme
syntagmemes
syntagmemic
syntagmemically
syntagms
syntan
syntans
syntax
syntax checker
syntax error
syntax highlighting
syntax highlightings
syntax language (current term)
syntaxes
syntaxin
syntaxins
syntaxis
syntaxless
syntectic
syntectoid
syntectonic
syntelic
syntenic
syntenin
synteny
synteresis
synteretic

Literary usage of Syntax language

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1. Teaching the Language-arts: Speech, Reading, Composition by Burke Aaron Hinsdale (1896)
"Something should be said of the correction of false syntax. Language is so largely a matter of imitation that it is folly to set persons who are forming ..."

2. Teaching the Language-arts: Speech, Reading, Composition by Burke Aaron Hinsdale (1898)
"Something should be said of the correction of false syntax. Language is so largely a matter of imitation that it is folly to set persons who are forming ..."

3. Teaching the Language-arts: Speech, Reading, Composition by Burke Aaron Hinsdale, Mrs. Sarah E. Tarney-Campbell (1897)
"Something should be said of the correction of false syntax. Language is so largely a matter of imitation that it is folly to set persons who are forming ..."

4. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1844)
"... Phonology, Morphology and Syntax, Language undergoes evolutionary changes due to the geographical position, climatic change, different environments, ..."

5. Mental Development in the Child by William T. Preyer (1893)
"Even after the child has gradually learned to decline and conjugate, and is beginning to master syntax, language serves him rather for the expression of his ..."

6. A Short Manual of Comparative Philology for Classical Students by Peter Giles (1895)
"In the original Indo-Germanic Greek syntax, language there existed an ablative case, which indicated the starting-point of the action denoted by the verb. ..."

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