Linguistic Terms

  • Analogy

    Analogy? The analogy is called the relationship of similarity or similarity that can be identified between different things. The word…

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  • Allusion

    Allusion? The  allusion refers to a type of linguistic resource ( rhetorical figure ) in which we try to mention (but without saying so)…

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  • Alliteration

    Alliteration? Alliteration is an expressive resource that consists of the notorious repetition of the same or of the same sounds , above all…

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  • Apheresis

    Apheresis? Apheresis is a resource with which a sound that appears in the initial part of a word is eliminated . This type…

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  • Ablative

    Ablative? Before entering fully into the definition of the term ablative, it is essential that we proceed to determine the…

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  • Locution

    Locution? Permanent combination of two or more words, which make up a sentence and which has its own meaning that…

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  • The dieresis

    The dieresis? The dieresis is a spelling sign that is composed of two points that are written horizontally on a…

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  • Conjugation

    Conjugation? It is known as conjugation is the action and effect of conjugating, either enunciating the different forms of a verb, or combining…

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  • Augmentative

    Augmentative? Augmentatives are specific suffixes that are added to words to denote intensity or greatness . Among the words to which augmentative suffixes can…

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  • Apocope

    Apocope? The term apocope comes from the Latin word apocŏpe , although its more etymological roots are found in the Greek language. The concept is…

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