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abstractions that are broken up into regional and social categories; they are mutually intelligible
dialects
Two speech forms that are mutually intelligible are dialects of the same language.
mutual intelligibility
analyzes the effects of social factors on dialect
social dialectology
idiosyncratic dialectal deviations
style
general word used to define both dialect and language
variety
variety (lect) from childhood
vernacular