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abuse offensive or unfair comments or language. [1/7 definitions]
abusive characterized by offensive or unfair language. [1/4 definitions]
acrid sharp or biting in language or tone. [1/2 definitions]
acronym a type of abbreviation used as a word, formed by combining the initial letters (or initial parts) of words that make up a particular string. The pronunciation of an acronym is based on the typical rules of pronouncing words in a language and is not made up of the sounds of the names of individual letters.
Afghan the language of that country; Pashto. [2/5 definitions]
Afrikaans a South African language developed from seventeenth-century Dutch.
ahtomp in Wampanoag language and culture, a weapon used for shooting arrows; bow.
Ainu the language of this people, of undetermined relationship to other language groups. [2/3 definitions]
Albanian of or pertaining to Albania or its people, culture, language, or the like. [2/3 definitions]
Algonquin the language spoken by these tribes, or the family of languages of which it is a part; Algonquian. [2/3 definitions]
alphabet the letters of a written language, esp. if in the standard or customary order. [1/2 definitions]
American of, pertaining to, or characteristic of the United States or its peoples, culture, language, government, or the like. [2/5 definitions]
American English the English language as spoken and written in the United States.
American Sign Language a language used by many deaf people in North America, made up of hand movements and signs.
Amharic the official language of Ethiopia, which is part of the Semitic language family.
analytic philosophy a type of philosophy that uses common language and everyday experiences to analyze concepts.
Anglicism (often l.c.) a word, idiom, or feature of the English language, esp. British English, borrowed by another language; Briticism. [1/2 definitions]
Anglo-Saxon a person whose nationality, ancestry, or native language is English. [2/5 definitions]
aphasia partial or total loss of the ability to use or to understand spoken or written language, usu. as a result of damage to the brain.
Arabic designating, pertaining to, or in the script used to write the Semitic language of the Arabs, or Persian, Urdu, and other languages. [1/3 definitions]
Arab League a confederation of nations sharing a common Arabic language and culture, formed in 1945 to promote economic, military, and political cooperation among its members, and now grown to a total of twenty-one.