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  • It's a linguist, I think.

    "Touching Europe, Glottographers tell us (as you shall find it more amply in a Book called Episio Hoeltane) that she hath eleven Originall, Independent, and Mother-Toungs, wherof the Teutonic, or High Dutch, and the Latin are two; The English or Saxon (for thers no other name for it in the Welsh and Irish to this day) id a Dialect, or rather a Sub- Dialect of the first; the Italian, Spanish, and French Tongs are Dialects of the latter, which may be expressed in these hexameters."

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    found this word in Lexicon Tetraglotton an English-French-Italian-Spanish Dictionary:
    by James Howell c. 1660
    http://books.google.ca/books?id=PCtWAAAAYAAJ

    There's also polyglot - a person who speaks many languages
    The Tetraglotton refers to the 4 languages

    I also found a Singapore Triglot dictionary which had English Malay Chinese

    March 1, 2013