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Record For Natural Language Word "language" In Language English Back to the main English page.

language Meaning #5
"language", in the sense of "computer language".
Entered by robertbaruch.
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sambau

Used in 1 definitions.

  • b1 is a computer language used by b2 on computer s1 for purpose s2 (NU abstraction).

    It acts as a gloss word.

language Meaning #3
"language", in the sense of "ISO-named".
Entered by gleki.
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linga

Used in 1 definitions.

  • x1 is the ISO-named language of people x2 with ISO-name x3, according to rule/specification x4

    It acts as a gloss word.

lingua

Used in 1 definitions.

  • x1 is the ISO-named language of people x2 with ISO-name x1

    It acts as a gloss word.

language Meaning #2
"language", in the sense of "not dialect".
Entered by gleki.
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lengua

Used in 1 definitions.

  • x1 is a language used by x2 to express x3 (du'u, not quote)

    It acts as a gloss word.

lenguua

Used in 1 definitions.

  • x1 is a language used by x2 to express x3 (du'u, not quote)

    It acts as a gloss word.

language Meaning #4
"language", in the sense of "word choice".
Entered by spheniscine.
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vlaselcu'a

Used in 1 definitions.

  • x1 is a choice of words, chosen by x2 to express x3

    It acts as a gloss word.

Data Inconsistency

There appears to be both a default meaning for this word, and one or more specialized meanings. This makes little sense, and should be corrected.

"language", in the default sense.
Entered by officialdata.
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bangu

Used in 2 definitions.

  • x1 is a language/dialect used by x2 to express/communicate x3 (si'o/du'u, not quote).

    It appears in places: 1. It also acts as a gloss word.

  • x1 is a/the language/dialect used by x2 to express/communicate x3 (si'o/du'u, not quote).

    It acts as a gloss word.

selbau

Used in 1 definitions.

  • x1 uses language/dialect x2 to express/communicate x3 (si'o/du'u, not quote).

    It appears in place: 2.

vlakemlerpoi

Used in 1 definitions.

  • p1 is a string in character set l2 representing word v1 meaning v2 in language v3

    It appears in place: 5.

terbau

Used in 1 definitions.

  • x3=b1 is a language/dialect used by x2=b2 to express/communicate x1=b3 (si'o/du'u, not quote).

    It appears in place: 3.

banklemei

Used in 1 definitions.

  • x1 is a language with dialects x2 (full set)

    It appears in place: 1.

jvarafsi

Used in 1 definitions.

  • r1 is a predictable/regular affix for word/concept r2, with form/properties r3, in language r4.

    It appears in place: 4.

terge'a

Used in 1 definitions.

  • x1 is grammatically/syntactically correct in language x2 according to grammar/parser x3.

    It appears in place: 2.

terkemseldumterbau

Used in 1 definitions.

  • x1 is a language/dialect used by x2 to express/communicate x3 (text, not clause)

    It acts as a gloss word.

vlanuncau

Used in 1 definitions.

  • x1=n1 is a lexical gap, the lack of a word meaning/causing x2=v2 in language/[lexicon] x3=v3.

    It appears in place: 3.

vlalei

Used in 1 definitions.

  • k1 is a word type within (language) k2=v3, with defining property k3 (ka).

    It appears in place: 2.

cunrafsi

Used in 1 definitions.

  • r1 is an unpredictable/irregular affix for word/concept r2, with form/properties r3, in language r4.

    It appears in place: 4.

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