Polyglott: A person able to communicate in multiple languages.
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- Person : An individual human being.
- Linguistics : The scientific study of language.
- Natural language : A communication system based on sequences of acoustic, visual or tactile symbols that serve as units of meaning.
- Foreign language : A language which is associated with another country or culture and is rarely or never used in a speaker's own community; usually taught in classrooms or through self-study, for practical purposes such as travel or doing business, or for pleasure.
- Multilingualism : The state of knowing two or more languages, either in individuals or whole speech communities.
- Native language : A language to which a person was exposed during early childhood, usually by other family members.
- First language acquisition : Study of the processes through which humans acquire language, specifically first languages, which studies infants' acquisition of their native language.
- Second language acquisition : Process by which people learn a second language in addition to their native language(s), where the language to be learned is often referred to as the 'target language'.
- Bilingualism : The state of knowing two languages, either in individuals or whole speech communities; a special case of multilingualism.
- Dictionary : Reference work containing words classed alphabetically and giving information about spelling, etymology and usage.
- Lexicon : Complete set of vocabulary units for a language, including information on their structural specifications (semantic, morphological, syntactic and phonological properties, plus how they inter-relate); also, the mental representation of this lexical knowledge and, in casual usage, a synonym for vocabulary. The word is also common in the titles of dictionaries of Arabic, Aramaic/Syriac, ancient Greek and Hebrew.