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Princeton's WordNet

  1. linguisticallyadverb

    with respect to the science of linguistics

    "linguistically interesting data"

  2. linguistically, linguallyadverb

    with respect to language

    "linguistically impaired children"; "a lingually diverse population"

Wiktionary

  1. linguisticallyadverb

    In the manner of linguistics.

  2. linguisticallyadverb

    From a linguistic perspective.

Wikipedia

  1. linguistically

    Linguistics is the scientific study of human language. It is called a scientific study because it entails a comprehensive, systematic, objective, and precise analysis of all aspects of language, particularly its nature and structure. Linguistics is concerned with both the cognitive and social aspects of language. It is considered a scientific field as well as an academic discipline; it has been classified as a social science, natural science, cognitive science, or part of the humanities. Traditional areas of linguistic analysis correspond to phenomena found in human linguistic systems, such as syntax (rules governing the structure of sentences); semantics (meaning); morphology (structure of words); phonetics (speech sounds and equivalent gestures in sign languages); phonology (the abstract sound system of a particular language); and pragmatics (how social context contributes to meaning). Subdisciplines such as biolinguistics (the study of the biological variables and evolution of language) and psycholinguistics (the study of psychological factors in human language) bridge many of these divisions.Linguistics encompasses many branches and subfields that span both theoretical and practical applications. Theoretical linguistics (including traditional descriptive linguistics) is concerned with understanding the fundamental nature of language and developing a general theoretical framework for describing it. Applied linguistics seeks to utilise the scientific findings of the study of language for practical purposes, such as developing methods of improving language education and literacy.Linguistic phenomena may be studied through a variety of perspectives: synchronically (describing a language at a specific point of time) or diachronically (through historical development); in monolinguals or multilinguals; children or adults; as they are learned or already acquired; as abstract objects or cognitive structures; through texts or oral elicitation; and through mechanical data collection versus fieldwork.Linguistics is related to philosophy of language, stylistics and rhetorics, semiotics, lexicography, and translation; philology, from which linguistics emerged, is variably described as a related field, a subdiscipline, or to have been superseded altogether.

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  1. linguistically

    Linguistically refers to anything related to language, including its structure, behavior, form, and influence. It often pertains to the study or use of language, its cultural and social aspects, or how it's used in communication and expression. Linguistically can refer to various aspects of linguistics, such as phonetics, semantics, syntax, etc. It can also be used to describe the language skills or abilities of a person or group.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Linguisticallyadverb

    in a linguistic manner; from the point of view of a linguist

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of linguistically in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of linguistically in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of linguistically in a Sentence

  1. Matthew Schmidt:

    Putin would like to add the country to his fiefdom, its strategically located, and culturally and linguistically theres little standing in the way. Lukashenko is aging, and I could see him transfer power to Moscow as his own ebbs. It would be a big coup for Putin.

  2. Liz McMillan:

    The trends that we saw linguistically all point to a larger shift in the way society thinks about identity as being more fluid, which was evidenced by the increase in related events and news headlines.

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