<psychology> An extreme form of lalling or vowel or consonant substitution, by which the speech of a child may be made unintelligible and appear to be another language to one who does not have the key to the literal changes. ... Origin: idio-+ G. Glossa, tongue, speech ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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(id″e-o-glos´e-ә) imperfect articulation, with utterance of meaningless vocal sounds. adj., idioglot´tic., adj.
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idioglossia, idioglottic, idiolalia 1. A developmental speech defect in which a child substitutes different sounds for the correct ones, so that speech is intelligible only to parents or others closely involved with the child. 2. The invention and use of language by a child or closely involved sibli...
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An idioglossia is an idiosyncratic language invented and spoken by only one person or very few people. Most often, idioglossia refers to the "private languages" of young children, especially twins, the latter being more specifically known as cryptophasia, and commonly referred to as twin talk or tw...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: id′ē-ō-glos′ē-ă Definitions: 1. An extreme form of lalling or vowel or consonant substitution, by which the speech of a child may be made unintelligible and appear to be another language to one who does not have the key to the literal changes...
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[play] Idioglossia is a play by Mark Handley about a girl who grows up without modern culture learning how to speak. It was first performed in 1992 at the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The title comes from the medical term Idioglossia meaning an idiosyncratic language...
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