from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A human written or spoken language as opposed to a computer language.
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- n. a human language which has evolved naturally in a community, usually in contrast to computer programming languages or to artificially constructed languages such as Esperanto.
- n. natural languages (sense 1) considered collectively
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- n. a human written or spoken language used by a community; opposed to e.g. a computer language
Note this burst of song after the sweet youth falls in love: it explains the cause of verse-quotation in The Nights, poetry being the natural language of love and battle.
(Cantemir, p. 34) and the Tata of the Greeks (Ducas, c. 35) are derived from the natural language of children; and it may be observed, that all such primitive words which denote their parents, are the simple repetition of one syllable, composed of a labial or
Hence, when the eyes are turned to one side, while the face is not turned to the same side, we get the natural language of what is called slyness. "