- Latin lingua, tongue, language; see lingua + -phile. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“This should be a fascinating topic for any linguaphile to explore!”
“And if you're a professional translator or just a linguaphile, try Google Translator Toolkit for easier and faster translations.”
“Lovely boyfriend, linguaphile, music-lover, cook, and all-rounder that I plan on spending a lot of future time with.”
“It must be the crazy challenge-obsessed linguaphile inside me that wants to try learning some Slovene now.”
“This book resonated with the linguaphile in me much the same way Excitement Video resonates with”
“And if you know the lingo well enough, you can construct new compounds -- trade names such as Linguaphone (the language teaching method), or impetuous coinages such as linguaphile or linguaphobe, with a good likelihood of being understood.”
“fantastic. as a linguaphile, I'm digging on this! keep on posting.”
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