Synonyms for lingua

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Lingua spiralis: the spiral tongue of Lepidoptera: see glossa.

He used the native expression, and then translated it into Lingua Terra.

Bowse repeated the question, in the lingua Franca of those seas.

He speaks the language of Mota, the lingua franca here, you know.

"This is the ketch Stella, from Malta," he said in the lingua franca of the East.

For "real" therefore, we must substitute ordinary, or lingua communis.

One of them spoke now in Songhoi, the lingua franca of the vicinity.

The lingua Anglorum of Bede is translated by Alfred on englisce.

We may therefore assume that Mummolinus preached in the lingua Romana.

Lingua Latina and Lingua Romana are from this time distinguished.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LINGUA

natural language

nounhuman language
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