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ad-lib to make up or do without preparation; improvise (something spoken, sung, or played). [2/3 definitions]
Aleut either of two languages related to Eskimo and spoken by such natives. [1/2 definitions]
Algonquian a family of North American Indian languages spoken by tribes from Labrador to the Carolinas and from the Atlantic coast to the Rocky Mountains. [1/3 definitions]
Algonquin the language spoken by these tribes, or the family of languages of which it is a part; Algonquian. [1/3 definitions]
American the English language as it is spoken and written in the United States. [1/5 definitions]
American English the English language as spoken and written in the United States.
announcement a spoken commercial advertisement or other message, esp. on radio or television. [1/3 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.
Apostles' Creed a profession of faith in Christianity that is popularly attributed to Jesus Christ's apostles and often spoken as part of some worship services.
Arabic any of the Semitic languages spoken by Arabs. [1/3 definitions]
articulate spoken in clear and distinct words or syllables. [1/10 definitions]
Athapaskan a group of American Indian languages spoken by western tribes from Alaska to the Rio Grande. [1/3 definitions]
Austronesian a family of languages spoken over a vast area from the Indian Ocean to New Zealand and Hawaii. [1/3 definitions]
Bantu the group of hundreds of languages spoken by these peoples, such as Zulu. [1/2 definitions]
Basque the language spoken by this people, which has no known relationship to other languages. [1/3 definitions]
bÍche-de-mer a pidgin English that is spoken in the islands of the southwest Pacific. [1/2 definitions]
Bengali a language spoken mainly in eastern India and Bangladesh. [1/3 definitions]
bilingual written or spoken in two languages. [1/2 definitions]
blessing the formal religious act of one who blesses, or the words spoken as part of such act. [1/4 definitions]
British the English language as spoken and written in Great Britain. [1/4 definitions]
broken imperfectly spoken. [1/9 definitions]