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idiolect (n.)

one's personal way of using a language, 1948, from idio- "one's own, personal" + second element abstracted from dialect. Idioglottic (1888) has a sense "using words invented in one's mind" (from Greek glotta/glossa "tongue").

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Definitions of idiolect from WordNet

idiolect (n.)
the language or speech of one individual at a particular period in life;
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