dgialecte

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek διάλεκτος(diálektos, conversation, the language of a country or a place or a nation, the local idiom which derives from a dominant language), from διαλέγομαι(dialégomai, I participate in a dialogue), from διά(diá, inter, through) + λέγω(légō, I speak).

Noun[edit]

dgialecte m (plural dgialectes)

  1. (Jersey) dialect

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