Diachronic meaning

dīə-krŏnĭk
Of or concerned with phenomena, such as linguistic features, as they change through time.
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Of or concerned with the study of changes occurring over a period of time, as in language, mores, etc.
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Occurring over or changing with time.
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Of, pertaining to or concerned with changes that occur over time.
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Origin of diachronic

  • From dia– Greek khronos time

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From dia- +‎ chronic.

    From Wiktionary