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communicationcommunication - cafre, Cafres, XhosaXhosa - polysynthétiqueagglutinative, polysynthetic - guillemetinverted comma, quotation mark, quote - langage naturel, langue, langue naturellelanguage, natural language, tongue - épigrammeepigram, quip, satirical poem - point d'exclamationexclamation mark, exclamation point - sentencieusementpithily, sententiously - homographehomograph - idiolecteidiolect - sémantiquementsemantically - d'un air pince-sans-rire, laconiquementconcisely, drily, dryly, laconically, tersely - langagelanguage, linguistic communication - name - net, propreclean - immaculéimmaculate, speckless, spic, spic-and-span, spick, spick-and-span, spotless - articuler, parlerarticulate, enounce, enunciate, pronounce, say, sound out - interpréter, traduireinterpret, render, translate - télégraphiquementtelegraphically, tersely - aphoristique, épigrammatiqueaphoristic, apothegmatic, epigrammatic - compact, compendieux, concis, succinct, succint, succinte f.close packed, compact, compendious, succinct, summary, terse - brusque, laconiqueconcise, crisp, curt, laconic, terse - intarissablelong-winded, tedious, verbose, windy, wordy - comprendreinterpret, read, translate, understand - âgé, ancien, vieuxOld - moderneModern, New - définirdefine - translittérertranscribe, transliterate - formel, officielformal - de la conversation, familier, parlécolloquial, conversational - idéographiqueideographic - sémantiquesemantic, semantical - runiquerunic - homophonehomophonous - étymologiqueetymological - éponymeeponym, eponymic, eponymous - psycholinguistiquepsycholinguistics - linguistique comparéecomparative linguistics, diachronic linguistics, diachrony, historical linguistics - phonématique, phonologiephonemics, phonology - lexicologielexicology - onomastiqueonomastics - pragmatiquepragmatics - sémantiquesemantics - deixisdeixis - loi de grimmGrimm's law - loi de VernerVerner's law - sociolinguistiquesociolinguistics - contextecontext, context of use, linguistic context - phrasephrase, sentence - word - antonyme, contraireantonym, opposite, opposite word - mot valise, mot-valiseblend, portmanteau, portmanteau word - dérivéderivative - descripteur, formedescriptor, form, signifier, word form - têtehead, head word - hétéronymeheteronym - homonymehomonym - hyperonyme, hyperonymiehypernym, superordinate, superordinate word - hyponymehyponym, subordinate, subordinate word - empruntloan, loanword - métonymemetonym - hapaxhapax legomenon, nonce word - palindromepalindrome - radicalbase, radical, root, root of a word, root word, stem, theme - étymonetymon, root - calque, empruntborrowing, calque, calque formation, loan translation, loanword, quote - mot synonyme, synonymeequivalent word, synonym - expression, mot, termeterm - lexique, nomenclature, terminologielanguage, list, nomenclature, register of names, roll, terminology - troponymemanner name, troponym - spoken word, texte parléspoken word, vocable - syllabesyllable - lexèmelexeme - formant, morphèmemorph, morpheme - préfixeprefix - extrémitéending, termination - gérondifgerund - nom dénombrablecount noun - nom proprename, proper name, proper noun, proper noun/name - nom appellatif, nom communcommon noun - nom verbaldeverbal noun, verbal noun - nom de famillecognomen, family name, last name, surname - nom de baptème, petit nom, prénomchristian name, first name, forename, given name - nom de baptême, prénombaptismal name, Christian name - prénom romain, prénomspraenomen - nom de guerre, pseudonymeanonym, nom de guerre, pseudonym - nom de théâtrestage name - nom de plume, pseudonymenom de plume, pen name - chapeau, grand titre, titrehead, header, heading - titretitle - alexandrinAlexandrine - transcription phonétiqueorthography, writing system - alphabet arménien, arménienArmenian, Armenian alphabet - orthographeorthography, spelling - faute d'orthographemisspelling - boustrophédonboustrophedon - syllabairesyllabary, syllabic script - linéaire ALinear A - linéaire BLinear B - copulecopula, copulative, linking verb - étymologie populairefolk etymology - sens, signifiésense, signifié, signified - amphibologieamphibology, amphiboly - euphémismeeuphemism - ambiguïtédouble entendre - conclusion comiquegag line, laugh line, punch line, tag line - graphèmecharacter, grapheme, graphic symbol - accent aiguacute, acute accent, ague - accent gravegrave, grave accent - brève, double rondebreve - cédillecedilla - accent circonflexe, circonflexecircumflex - macron, macron ¯macron - tildetilde - trémadiaeresis, dieresis, umlaut - monogramme, monogrammermonogram - capitale, lettre capitale, lettre majuscule, majusculecapital, capital letter, majuscule, uppercase, upper-case letter - bas de casse, carter inférieur, casseau, haut de casse, inversion chiffres, lettre minuscule, lettres majuscules, lettres minuscules, minuscule, motion basse, petits chiffres romainslowercase, lower case, lower-case letter, minuscule, small letter, upper case - caractèrestype - espaceblank, space - idéogramme, idéographeideogram, ideograph - logogramme, logographelogogram, logograph - point finalfull point, full stop, period, point, stop - point d'interrogationinterrogation point, query, question mark - point-virgule, point-voyellesemicolon - langage des signes, langage gestuel, langue des signessigning, sign language - alphabet dactylologique, alphabet digital, alphabet manuel, communication gestuellefingerspelling, finger spelling - ASLAmerican sign language, ASL - signesign - anglais basicBasic English - espérantoEsperanto - EuropanEuropan - Idiom NeutralIdiom Neutral - InterlinguaInterlingua - idoIdo - Latino sine flexioneLatino sine flexione - novialNovial - pasigraphiePasigraphy - roRo - solresolSolresol - langage de requêtecommand language, query language, search language - métalangagemetalanguage - langue, langue maternellefirst language, maternal language, mother tongue, native language, native tongue - langue à tons, langue tonaletonal language, tone language - créolecreole, creole earring, hoop earring - pidginpidgin - ChinookChinook Jargon, Oregon Jargon - koinè, langue véhiculaireinterlanguage, koine, lingua franca, official language - YumanYuman - ChinookChinook, Chinookan - mandarinBeijing dialect, Mandarin, Mandarin Chinese, Mandarin dialect - WuShanghai dialect, Wu, Wu dialect - cantonais, Cantonais, YueCantonese, Cantonese dialect, Yue, Yue dialect - HakkaHakka, Hakka dialect - QiangQiang, Qiangic - BaiBai, Baic - KarenKaren, Karenic - YILolo, Yi - menton, MentonChin, Kuki, Kuki-Chin - NagaNaga - MiriAbor, Dafla, Miri, Mirish - Tai RougeRed Tai - Shan, ShansShan, Tai Long - TayTay - ZhuangZhuang - ouaisYay - soundanaisSundanese - balinais, BalinaisBalinese, Balinesian - cebuanoCebuan, Cebuano - KhoïkhoïHottentot, Khoikhoi, Khoikhoin - langue proto-indo européennePIE, Proto-Indo European - arménien, ArménienArmenian, Armenian language - Slavon, vieux slaveChurch Slavic, Old Bulgarian, Old Church Slavic, Old Church Slavonic - serbo-croateSerbo-Croat, Serbo-Croatian - vieux prussienOld Prussian - anglaisEnglish, English language - américain, anglais américainAmerican, American English, American language - moyen anglaisMiddle English - Anglais moderneModern English - anglo-saxon, vieil anglaisAnglo-Saxon, Old English - German, German language, High German - vieux haut allemandOld High German - moyen haut-allemandMiddle High German - yddisch, yiddisch, yiddish, yidichYiddish - bas-allemand, bas-saxonLow German, Plattdeutsch - Vieux saxonOld Saxon - vieux norroisOld Norse - landsmål, nynorskLandsmaal, Landsmal, New Norwegian, Nynorsk - féroïenFaeroese, Faroese - sameLapp, Saame, Saami, Same, Sami - Irish, Irish Gaelic - moyen irlandaisMiddle Irish - écossais, gaélique écossaisScots Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic - latin classiqueclassical Latin - latin vulgaireVulgar Latin - latin médiévalMedieval Latin - Néo-latinNeo Latin, Neo-Latin, New Latin - ancien françaisOld French - baronnage anglo-normandAnglo-French, Anglo-Norman - occitanOccitan, Provencal - galicienGalician - TourfanEast Tocharian, Turfan, Turfan dialect - sanscrit, sanskritSanskrit, Sanskritic language - sindhiSindhi - bihariBihari - maratheMahratti, Marathi - zendAvestan, Zend - afghan, pachto, pachtouAfghan, Afghani, Pashto, Pashtu, Paxto - lycienLycian - Grec moderneModern Greek, New Greek - Grec médiévalByzantine Greek, Medieval Greek, Middle Greek - grec, grec ancienAncient Greek - DoriqueDoric, Doric dialect - IoniqueIonic - oubykhUbykh - kannada, kannaraKanarese, Kannada - malayalamMalayalam - GondiGondi - mandaManda - BoleBolanci, Bole - angasAngas - TéraPidlimdi, Tera, Yamaltu - buraBura, Pabir - kola, KolaDaba, Kola, Musgoi - BataBata - sibineSibine, Somrai - akkadienAkkadian - langue arabeArabic, Arabic language - crocFang - chagasChaga, Chagga, Kichaga - kinyarwandaKinyarwanda - Nyamwezi, WanyamweziNyamwezi - basutoBasuto, Sesotho - souahéli, souahili, swahéli, swahiliSwahili - peuhl, peulFul, Fula, Fulani, Peul - SérèresSerer - ouolof, wolofWolof - DinkaDinka - line - gallicismeGallicism - abréviationabbreviation - apocopeapocope - acronyme, acronymieacronym - pentamètrepentameter - hexamètrehexameter - mot, phonèmephone, sound, speech sound - phonèmephoneme - allophoneallophone - diphtonguediphthong - e muet, schwaschwa, shwa - semi-voyelleglide, semivowel - consonne alvéolairealveolar, alveolar consonant, dental, dental consonant - occlusiveocclusive, plosive, plosive consonant, plosive speech sound, stop, stop consonant - explosionexplosion, plosion - consonne labiale, labialelabial, labial consonant - coup de glotteglottal catch, glottal plosive, glottal stop - nasalisationnasalisation, nasalization - consonne fricative, fricative, spirantefricative, fricative consonant, spirant - affriquéaffricate, affricate consonant, affricative - consonne nasalenasal, nasal consonant - faute de prononciationmispronunciation - homophonehomophone - articulationarticulation - articulation, prononciationdiction, enunciation, pronunciation - dicton, expression, locution, proverbeexpression, locution, maxim, proverb, saw, saying - devise, devise de diablotin, slogancatchword, motto, shibboleth, slogan - axiome, dicton, maximeaxiom, maxim - aphorismeaphorism, apophthegm, apothegm - adage, proverbeadage, byword, proverb, saw - dialecteaccent, dialect, idiom - argot, jargon, patoisargot, cant, gobbledegook, gobbledygook, jargon, lingo, patois, shoptalk, slang, technical jargon, vernacular - étymologisteetymologist - Noah WebsterNoah Webster, Webster - aphérèseaphaeresis, apheresis - aphérèseaphesis - assimilationassimilation - ellipseeclipsis, ellipsis - holonymieholonymy, whole to part relation - méronymie, relation méronymique, relation partie-tout, relation partitivemeronymy, part-of relation, part to whole relation, part-whole relation - mot par minutewords per minute, wpm[Domaine]

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