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Historical Linguistics meaning in Urdu

Historical Linguistics Synonyms

Historical Linguistics Definitions

1) Historical Linguistics, Diachronic Linguistics, Diachrony : علم لسان : (noun) the study of linguistic change.


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Linguistically : لسانی طور پر , Complementary Distribution : لفظوں کی منفرد تقسیم , Phoneme : صوتیہ , A. Noam Chomsky : امریکی لغت دان , Grammar : گرامر , Landmark : سنگ میل , Historiography : تاریخی لٹریچر , Archive : محفوظ کی گئی دستاویز , Historical Document : تاریخی دستاویز , Ahistorical : تاریخ سے غیر متعلق , Museum : عجائب گھر , Showplace : نمائش کی جگہ , Ancient : قدیم , Herodotus : یونانی مورخ , Historical School : جرمن معیشت دان کی فکر , Flourish : بڑھنا , Sublimate : پگھلے بغیر بھاپ بن جانا , Motility : حرکت , Exchange : بدلنا , Affixal : ملفوظ سے متعلق , Computational Linguistics : کمپیوٹر والی زبان دانی , Zoological : حیوانی علم سے متعلق , Achaean : قدیم یونانی شخص , Aeolian : یونانی , Reading : مطالعہ , Barrage : کثیر تعداد , Affix : ملفوظ , Ablaut : واول کی تبدیلی , Studiousness : سخت پڑھائی , Resurvey : نئے سرے سے جائزہ لینا , Embark : نیا کام شروع کرنا

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Linguistically: with respect to the science of linguistics.

Complementary Distribution: (linguistics) a distribution of related speech sounds or forms in such a way that they only appear in different contexts.

Phoneme: (linguistics) one of a small set of speech sounds that are distinguished by the speakers of a particular language.

A. Noam Chomsky: United States linguist whose theory of generative grammar redefined the field of linguistics (born 1928).

Grammar: the branch of linguistics that deals with syntax and morphology (and sometimes also deals with semantics).

Landmark: an event marking a unique or important historical change of course or one on which important developments depend.

Historiography: a body of historical literature.

Archive: a depository containing historical records and documents.

Historical Document: writing having historical value (as opposed to fiction or myth etc.).

Ahistorical: unconcerned with or unrelated to history or to historical development or to tradition.

Museum: a depository for collecting and displaying objects having scientific or historical or artistic value.

Showplace: a place that is frequently exhibited and visited for its historical interest or natural beauty.

Ancient: belonging to times long past especially of the historical period before the fall of the Western Roman Empire.

Herodotus: the ancient Greek known as the father of history; his accounts of the wars between the Greeks and Persians are the first known examples of historical writing (485-425 BC).

Historical School: a school of 19th century German economists and legal philosophers who tried to explain modern economic systems in evolutionary or historical terms.

Flourish: make steady progress; be at the high point in one`s career or reach a high point in historical significance or importance.

Sublimate: change or cause to change directly from a solid into a vapor without first melting.

Motility: a change of position that does not entail a change of location.

Exchange: change over, change around, as to a new order or sequence.

Affixal: of or pertaining to a linguistic affix.

Computational Linguistics: the use of computers for linguistic research and applications.

Zoological: Zoology is the branch of biology that focuses on the scientific study of animals. It encompasses the study of animal classification, structure, behavior, physiology, evolution, and ecology. Zoologists observe, classify, and analyze various aspects of animal life, ranging from individual organisms to entire populations and ecosystems.

Achaean: a member of one of four linguistic divisions of the prehistoric Greeks.

Aeolian: a member of one of four linguistic divisions of the prehistoric Greeks.

Reading: the cognitive process of understanding a written linguistic message.

Barrage: the rapid and continuous delivery of linguistic communication (spoken or written).

Affix: a linguistic element added to a word to produce an inflected or derived form.

Ablaut: a vowel whose quality or length is changed to indicate linguistic distinctions (such as sing sang sung song).

Studiousness: diligent study.

Resurvey: a new survey or study.

Embark: set out on (an enterprise or subject of study).

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Linguistics : علم السنہ

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