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Satem Language: One of the two main branches of Indo-European languages. These languages are generally associated with eastern Indo-European languages and they often have a sibilant sound rather than the pa . . . View Full Definition
Natural Language Processing: Algorithms which attempt to understand the true intent of a search query rather than just matching results to keywords.
Ov Language: A language that tends to place the grammatical object before the verb in a sentence. Japanese is an example of an OV language. Contrast with VO languages. (pronounced 'oh-vee')
Paralanguage: The non-verbal features that accompany speech and help convey meaning. For example, facial expression, gesticulation, body stance, and tone can help convey additional meaning to the spoken w . . . View Full Definition
Native Language: The first language or the preferred language of any particular speaker.
Mini Structured Query Language (MSQL): A lightweight client/server database that is the popular choice for open source developers. It is designed to provide quick access to data while only requiring a small amount of memory.
Isolating Language: In now obsolete language studies, linguists used the label 'isolating' to refer to a language with words that tend not to vary--i.e., one in which each idea tends to be expressed by a single . . . View Full Definition
Language: A particular system of signs used by members of a group to communicate with each other. These signs can be verbal sounds, sign language gestures, or written markings like letters.
Profane Language: Players will not use obscene gestures on the ice, (sure they wonít) or anywhere in the rink before, during or after the game. We wonder how long after the game and does this count for the of . . . View Full Definition
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML): A language used to format text files on the web. HTML is based on pairs of tags that are inserted into the text and translate into text formatting, tables, graphics, links, and other common . . . View Full Definition
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