Definition of lingual
1a : of, relating to, or resembling the tongueb : lying near or next to the tongue; especially : relating to or being the surface of tooth next to the tonguec : produced by the tongue
2 : linguistic
Recent Examples of lingual from the Web
Motorsport Network then launched Motor1.com, a multi-lingual car-shopping and auto review site that also includes classic and electric cars.
This character, who embraces life and is open to what love may bring, is played by the bi-lingual Matilda Lutz, who was born to an Italian mother and an American father.
And behind the wheel is Garcetti, 46 years old and two months into his second term, the multi-lingual true believer in the Olympic movement, driving Los Angeles’ $60 million bid toward the IOC’s Sept. 13 vote with Paris in Lima, Peru.
UCONN signed up mentors from the African American Cultural Center and the Puerto Rican Cultural Center, encouraging bi-lingual students to apply for positions.
Capsule: An evergreen tale gets spruced up in this bi-lingual love story.
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Origin and Etymology of lingual
First Known Use: 1650See Words from the same year
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