Auxiliary language



a language, as Esperanto, Swahili, or English, used for intercommunication by speakers of various other languages.
Historical Examples

It sins against the cardinal principle that an auxiliary language shall inflict no damage upon any natural one.
International Language Walter J. Clark

It would be the same with the official recognition by a group of powerful nations of an auxiliary language.
International Language Walter J. Clark

The universal ability to use an auxiliary language on occasion rounds off and completes the levelling process.
International Language Walter J. Clark

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  • Auxiliary note

    a melodic ornamental tone following a principal tone by a step above or below and returning to the principal tone; embellishment. Historical Examples If the half-tone, what would be the name of the auxiliary note? Piano Playing Josef Hofmann In the accompanying example of the trill should the auxiliary note be a tone or a […]

  • Auxiliary tone

    a melodic ornamental tone following a principal tone by a step above or below and returning to the principal tone; embellishment. Historical Examples Yes,” she said, in an auxiliary tone, “Reuben always was such a hot man. Under the Greenwood Tree Thomas Hardy



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