adverb see reduplication

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  • reduplicatively — See reduplicative. * * * …   Universalium

  • reduplicatively — adv. while doubling, while copying; repetitively, while doing againrɪ duːplɪkeɪtɪvlɪ / djuːplɪkÉ™tɪv …   English contemporary dictionary

  • reduplicative — reduplicatively, adj. /ri dooh pli kay tiv, dyooh /, adj. 1. tending to reduplicate. 2. pertaining to or marked by reduplication. [1560 70; REDUPLICATE + IVE] * * * …   Universalium

  • Error — • Reduplicatively regarded, is in one way or another the product of ignorance. But besides the lack of information which it implies, it adds the positive element of a mental judgment, by which something false is held to be true, or something true …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • reduplication — noun Date: 1555 1. an act or instance of doubling or reiterating 2. a. an often grammatically functional repetition of a radical element or a part of it occurring usually at the beginning of a word and often accompanied by change of the radical… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Communicatio Idiomatum (Communication of Idioms) —     Communicatio Idiomatum     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Communicatio Idiomatum     ( Communication of Idioms ).     A technical expression in the theology of the Incarnation. It means that the properties of the Divine Word can be ascribed to the …   Catholic encyclopedia

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