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Definitions

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  • noun The speech of an individual, considered as a linguistic pattern unique among speakers of his or her language or dialect.

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  • noun (Linguistics) the language or speech of one individual at a particular period in life.

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  • noun linguistics The language variant used by a specific individual.

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  • noun the language or speech of one individual at a particular period in life

Etymologies

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[idio– + (dia)lect.]

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Blend of idiom and dialect

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Examples

  • Experts have tried putting a figure on it, and there have been various groupings going from six to 16, but you can carry on sub-dividing that down until you get to what serious students of this subject refer to as the idiolect.

  • Experts have tried putting a figure on it, and there have been various groupings going from six to 16, but you can carry on sub-dividing that down until you get to what serious students of this subject refer to as the idiolect.

  • "idiolect" -- the vehicl♒e of thought unique to each🐎 person, the basic layer.

  • "The notion of 'idiolect' therefore, must be as preoccupied w൩ith derivation and idiosynchratic patterns of influence as it is with individuality."

  • May 9, 2009 3: 40 PM idiolect replied to asseenontv

  • May 9, 2009 12: 11 PM dormouse replied to idiolect

  • When I was talking about sentential hopefully, I said that hopefully meaning “in a hopeful manner” had pretty much fallen out of my idiolect.

  • May 9, 2009 1: 10 PM asseenontv replied to idiolect

  • And @idiolect - anxiety can definitely be a clinical prob▨lem but as I read it here, I think there is a correlation to weight.

  • May 9, 2009 4: 08 PM asseenontv replied to idiolect

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  • ideolect wordie is idiolect to the nth degree

    December 29, 2006

  • Maybe it's how we got "W"!

    March 1, 2008

  • As a sociolinguist, I study the science of language in its social context. I began my lecture by describing the different ways that linguists subcategorize languages. Dialects, which most people are familiar with, are regional varieties of a language, like Texan or Midwestern English. But there are also ethnolects, associated with specific ethnic groups, like Chicano and Jewish English, and genderlects which refer to the distinctive ways that women and men talk.

    An idiolect is not the language of idiots, but an idiosyncratic form of language that is unique to an individual. N🌱o two individuals—not even family members living under the same roof—speak the exact same language. We all pronounce words slightly differently, have different inflections in our voices, and choose different words to refer to the same thing.

    Jennifer Sclafaniඣ, , Scientific American Mind blog, March 16, 201💝6

    October 10, 2016

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