localism

Localism vs Dialect - What's the difference?

localism | dialect |


As nouns the difference between localism and dialect

is that localism is (countable|linguistics) a linguistic feature that is unique to a locality while dialect is (linguistics) a variety of a language (specifically, often a spoken variety) that is characteristic of a particular area, community or group, often with relatively minor differences in vocabulary, style, spelling and pronunciation.

Localise vs Localism - What's the difference?

localise | localism |


As a verb localise

is .

As an adjective localise

is localized.

As a noun localism is

(countable|linguistics) a linguistic feature that is unique to a locality.

Localist vs Localism - What's the difference?

localist | localism |


As nouns the difference between localist and localism

is that localist is a person with such an attitude or interest while localism is (countable|linguistics) a linguistic feature that is unique to a locality.

As an adjective localist

is interested in, or concentrating on local events or matters; parochial or provincial.

Localism vs Vocalism - What's the difference?

localism | vocalism |


As nouns the difference between localism and vocalism

is that localism is (countable|linguistics) a linguistic feature that is unique to a locality while vocalism is speaking or singing.

Loyalism vs Localism - What's the difference?

loyalism | localism |


As nouns the difference between loyalism and localism

is that loyalism is the property of being a loyalist while localism is (countable|linguistics) a linguistic feature that is unique to a locality.

Taxonomy vs Localism - What's the difference?

taxonomy | localism |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and localism

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while localism is (countable|linguistics) a linguistic feature that is unique to a locality.

Localism vs Localizer - What's the difference?

localism | localizer | Related terms |

Localism is a related term of localizer.


As nouns the difference between localism and localizer

is that localism is (countable|linguistics) a linguistic feature that is unique to a locality while localizer is (computing) a person who localizes.

Localism vs Localizor - What's the difference?

localism | localizor | Related terms |

Localism is a related term of localizor.


As nouns the difference between localism and localizor

is that localism is (countable|linguistics) a linguistic feature that is unique to a locality while localizor is (computing) a person who localizes.

Locality vs Localism - What's the difference?

locality | localism |


As a noun locality

is the fact or quality of having a position in space.

Unique vs Localism - What's the difference?

unique | localism |


As a adjective unique

is (not comparable) being the only one of its kind; unequaled, unparalleled or unmatched.

As a noun unique

is a thing without a like; something unequalled or unparallelled.

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