idiome

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Late Latin idiōma ‎(idiomatic), from Ancient Greek ἰδίωμα ‎(idíōma, the local dialect of an area that varies from the main dialect from which it came), from Ancient Greek ἰδιούμαι ‎(idioúmai, to usurp, appropriate), from ἴδιος ‎(ídios, mine, belonging to me).

Noun[edit]

idiome m ‎(plural idiomes)

  1. (rare) language
  2. idiom (in the sense of a form of language proper to a folk or region)

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Noun[edit]

idiome m (plural idiomes)

  1. language