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glottochronological

Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to glottochronology.

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  • adj. pertaining to the study of the evolution of languages from a common source

Etymologies

glottochronology +‎ -ical (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • However, the late Wick R. Miller concluded that glottochronological estimates placed the divergence of the Aztecan linguistic group from the Sonoran at before 4500 B.C. (much earlier than Lamb's theory).

    Are you related to the Aztecs?

  • The author Nicholas A. Hopkins, in his article "Otomanguean Linguistic Prehistory," states that glottochronological studies of the Oaxaca Indian groups indicate that the first diversification of this group of languages had begun by 4400 B.C.

    The indigenous people of Oaxaca

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    Rational Review

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