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adjective 
  1. occuring or changing along with time
    • "...one salient value of archival magazine preservation is that individual issues register, however unintentionally, the small, incremental, movements within a culture." — Los Angeles Times, April 24, 2005
      Diachronic linguistics is the study of language change; it is also called historical linguistics.
Etymology: From dia- through, along with + chronos time


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