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Diachronic or Diachronous, from the Greek word Διαχρονικός (Diakhronikos), is a term for something happening over time. It is used in several fields of research.
- Diachrony in linguistics, the analysis of a language over time in its historical development. See also Historical linguistics.
- Geology: see Diachronous
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