What does idiolect mean?

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Idolect is not a word.
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id·i·o·lect
[id-ee-uh-lekt]
NOUN [LINGUISTICS]
1.
a person's individual speech pattern.
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idiolect: the language or speech of one individual at a particular period in life
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Meaning the language or speech of one individual at a particular period in life Hypernyms(s) idiolect is a kind of… Example: animal is a hypernym of mammal, plant is a hypernym
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It's your Individual, unique speech style for example the way you say words, your accent, collocial language you use, family sayings you say, how you speek due to your age, gender
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