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For questions regarding the associated or underlying meaning of a word, in addition to its primary definition.

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The word 'galore" is an example of a postpositive adjective, which means it comes after the word it describes. A postpositive is an adjective or adjectival phrase that appears, within the same …
answered Jan 15 '15 by Misti
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Another Mathematical term is denary(ˈdiːnərɪ) adj ≡tenfold, ten-fold (Mathematics) calculated by tens; based on ten; containing ten parts; tenfold numbered or proceeding by tens …
answered Mar 12 '15 by Misti
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About treatment of words or a language .... Glossophilia is a love of language, be it foreign or native. The term refers to people with a love for language and the structure of language.
answered Dec 23 '14 by Misti
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Felicitation comes from the verb felicitate, which means "congratulate," and has a Latin root, felicitas, "happiness," from felix, "happy or fortunate." (vocabulary.com) Felicitation (You'll …
answered May 28 '15 by Misti