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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from Ancient Greek δίγλωττις(díglōttis, two-tongued), from δίς(dís, twice) and γλωττίς(glōttís), from γλῶττα(glôtta), secondary form of γλῶσσα(glôssa, tongue, language). di- +‎ -glot.

NounEdit

diglot ‎(plural diglots)

  1. A bilingual inscription, book, or person.

AdjectiveEdit

diglot ‎(not comparable)

  1. Bilingual.

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