How twins talk
Do twins have a secret language? The answer to this question is yes: it is called cryptophasia, a word with its roots from the Greek “crypto”, meaning secret, and “phasia”, meaning speech.
Cryptophasia is a combination of sounds, some invented words and some that are adapted to the vocal abilities of very young children. One of the possible reasons for its appearance is the delay in the language development of one or both twins that leads to the development of a special form of communication between them. This language tends to disappear around the age of three, since it is not useful to them in their contacts with other children.
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