Definition of Idioglossia

1. Noun. (linguistics) An invented form of dialect, language, or speech used by children, typically twins, and intelligible only to its speakers. ¹



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Medical Definition of Idioglossia

1. An extreme form of lalling or vowel or consonant substitution, by which the speech of a child may be made unintelligible and appear to be another language to one who does not have the key to the literal changes. Origin: idio-+ G. Glossa, tongue, speech (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Idioglossia

idiocentric
idiochromosomes
idiocies
idiocracies
idiocracy
idiocy
idiocyclophanous
idiodynamic
idiodynamic control
idioelectric
idioelectrics
idiogenesis
idiogenetic
idioglossia (current term)
idioglottic
idiogram
idiograph
idiographic
idiographic approach
idiographical
idiographs
idiography
idioheteroagglutinin
idioheterolysin
idiohypnotism
idioisoagglutinin
idioisolysin
idiojunctional rhythm

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