idiolect[id′ē ə lekt′]
idiolect definition by Webster's New World
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Linguis. the dialect of an individual
Origin: idio- plush (dia)lect
idiolect definition by American Heritage Dictionary
The speech of an individual, considered as a linguistic pattern unique among speakers of his or her language or dialect.
Origin: idio- + (dia)lect.
- idˌi·o·lecˈtal, idˌi·o·lecˈtic adjective