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Polyglot may refer to:
- Polyglot (person), someone who aptly and with a high level of fluency uses many languages. The word derives from the Ancient Greek πολύγλωττος (poluglōttos, “'many-tongued, polyglot'”), from πολύς (polus, “many”) + γλῶττα (glōtta, “'tongue, language'”)
- Polyglot (book), a book that contains the same text in more than one language
- A polyglot Bible, an edition of the Bible with the texts in different columns in different languages, especially those in which early versions of the text exist; several versions have been produced.
- Polyglot (computing), a computer program that is valid in more than one programming language
Polyglot may also refer to:
- Polyglot (webzine), a biweekly game industry webzine published by Polymancer Studios, Inc.
- Mixed language, a language that is a combination of other languages
- Pidgin, a language that develops between groups who do not share a common language
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