διάλεκτος

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From διαλέγομαι ‎(dialégomai, I discuss) +‎ -τος ‎(-tos), from δῐᾰ́ ‎(diá, through) + λέγω ‎(légō, I speak).

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Noun[edit]

δῐᾰ́λεκτος ‎(diálektosf ‎(genitive δῐᾰλέκτου); second declension dialektos may be Romanised forms of Ancient Greek δῐᾰ́λεκτος.

  1. discourse, conversation
  2. manner of speech, language
  3. dialect, accent

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Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the Ancient Greek δῐᾰ́λεκτος ‎(diálektos).

Noun[edit]

διάλεκτος ‎(diálektosf ‎(plural διάλεκτοι)

  1. dialect (of a language)

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