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Yerkish

n. a language consisting of geometric forms that has been taught to nonhuman primates in studies of language acquisition and use. There has been some debate about whether animals trained with Yerkish demonstrate true language ability. [developed by U.S. psychologist Duane Rumbaugh (1929–  ) and named for Robert M. Yerkes]

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