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Bloom·field

 (blo͞om′fēld′)
A township of northeast New Jersey, an industrial and residential suburb of Newark. It was settled c. 1660.

Bloomfield

(ˈbluːmˌfiːld)
n
(Biography) Leonard. 1887–1949, US linguist, influential for his strictly scientific and descriptive approach to comparative linguistics; author of Language (1933)

Bloom•field

(ˈblumˌfild)

n.
Leonard, 1887–1949, U.S. linguist.
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Noun1.Bloomfield - United States linguist who adopted a behavioristic approach to linguistics (1887-1949)
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