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diglot

(ˈdaɪɡlɒt)
adj
(Linguistics) a less common word for bilingual
n
(Library Science & Bibliography) a bilingual book
[C19: from Greek (Attic) diglōttos, from di-1 + glōtta tongue]
diˈglottic adj

diglot

a bilingual book or other work. — diglottic, adj.
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Contract awarded for 0000ns00-printing & supply of lesson learnt on accident/derailment cases safety booklets in diglot type in hindi and english.
The editors aim for a very literal translation of the LXX, which they conceptualize as "a Greek interlinear translation of a Hebrew original within a Hebrew-Greek diglot" whose purpose was "bringing the Greek reader to the Hebrew original rather than bringing the Hebrew original to the Greek reader" (p.
Black to Brown, Diglot I.overs, and Black to Black (all 2.011): The titles of the handwo-ven works are, like Silver to Gold, descriptive {Black to Black describes the work's gradation of matte black and reflective black, and Diglot Lovers is an anagram of "silver to gold").
With its diglot form and its content of Kaytetye history and culture, the book is certainly a repository of information for the younger generation of Kaytetye.
DIGLOT A Archaeological site B Form of argument C Bilingual who am I?
Therefore it is thought that the UV was rendered as close as possible to the English Revised Version "to avoid much misunderstanding in case diglots were published" (Kramers, 1956, p.
What we find in this extra space is three diglots: one with 130 entries (Arabic and Mongol, MS pp.