1100 GLOSSA (50): a tongue; either a literal human tongue, speech or a spoken language. Used once in Act.2.3 to represent something non-human.
A HUMAN TONGUE OR USE OF THE TONGUE FOR SPEECH:
AN ORAL, SPOKEN LANGUAGE:
1. A KNOWN LANGUAGE:
2. A NEW OR DIFFERENT LANGUAGE NOT KNOWN TO THE SPEAKER: Note that 1Co.12.10 and v.28 not only refer to different languages, but to KINDS of languages, suggesting different kinds of communication. 1Co.13.1 suggests that two of these kinds of languages are: the languages of men and at least one language of angels.
A TONGUE OF SOMETHING OTHER THAN A HUMAN: a tongue-shaped flame.
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