Some papers (especially about Nested Words languages) ofter contain term "language of words". What is the difference between "language" and "language of words"?
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They might be trying to avoid confusion with $\omega$-languages - languages whose elements are infinite sequences of letters ("infinite words"). Such languages have a rich and beautiful theory of their own. I can't think of other possible meanings.