diachronic linguistics

diachronic linguistics
noun
the study of linguistic change
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the synchrony and diachrony of language

Derivationally related forms: ↑diachronic (for: ↑diachrony)
Members of this Topic: ↑deriving, ↑derivation, ↑etymologizing
Hypernyms: ↑linguistics
Part Meronyms: ↑sound law

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