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diglot

[dahy-glot] /ˈdaɪ glɒt/
adjective
1.
noun
2.
a bilingual book or edition.
Origin
1860-1865
1860-65; < Greek díglōttos, equivalent to di- di-1 + -glōttos, adj. derivative of glôssa, glôtta tongue, language; see gloss2
Related forms
diglottic, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for diglot

diglot

/ˈdaɪɡlɒt/
adjective
1.
a less common word for bilingual
noun
2.
a bilingual book
Derived Forms
diglottic, adjective
Word Origin
C19: from Greek (Attic) diglōttos, from di-1 + glōtta tongue
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