Part of speech: noun
Origin: Latin/Greek, 18th century
An animal (e.g. a parrot) whose tongue is similar to a human tongue, making possible sounds similar to human speech.
Examples of Anthropoglot in a sentence
"Harry had an affinity for anthropoglots and had several talking birds as pets."
"An anthropoglot doesn’t actually know what it’s saying, but sometimes the animal’s “statements” sound convincingly real."
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