(n.) a word that looks like and is related to another word in a different language.
(adj.) A) having the same source, origin, or ancestor; B) similar in function and character.
(n.) A) an alteration of pitch or tone of voice; B) an addition of an affix to a word, or a change in the form of a word, to show the plural, tense, or another grammatical relationship.
(n.) the study of letters and spelling system of a language.
(n.) A) the set of inflected forms of a word; B) the model or framework that sets forth a way of viewing things, especially in an intellectual discipline.
(n.) the study of the history of language.
(n.) a sound system of a language, the study of such a sound system.
(n.) an often witty or critical response to a reply; an answer.
(n.) A) the study and art of using language effectively and persuasively; B) speech that is elaborate, pretentious, or insincere.
(adj.) clear and precise, expressed in few words.
(n.) arrangement of words to form grammatical sentences.