Definition of Diminutiveness. Meaning of Diminutiveness. Synonyms of Diminutiveness

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Definition of Diminutiveness

Diminutiveness
Diminutiveness Di*min"u*tive*ness, n. The quality of being diminutive; smallness; littleness; minuteness.

Meaning of Diminutiveness from wikipedia

- A diminutive is a word that has been modified to convey a slighter degree of its root meaning, to convey the smallness of the object or quality named,...
- Diminutive forms of words are commonly used in every-day Australian English. While many dialects of English make use of diminutives, Australian English...
- (diminutive), Jacot (diminutive), Jacotte (feminized), Jaco (diminutive), Jack (diminutive), Jacky (diminutive), Jacq (diminutive), Jacquy (diminutive)...
- The following is a list of diminutives by language. English has a great variety of historic diminutives adopted from other languages but many of these...
- "scroll" and came to be used as the ordinary word for "book". It is the diminutive of βύβλος byblos, "Egyptian papyrus", possibly so called from the name...
- nation—viewed as a nonviable state by international observers due to its diminutiveness, geostrategic vulnerability, absence of natural resources, and lack...
- August 8th, 1896, p. 126: “It seems probable the origin is due to the diminutiveness of the gl****;” “The expression ‘a pony of beer’ is often used in South...
- meaning "cycle or circle of little animals". Zōidion (ζῴδιον) is the diminutive of zōion (ζῷον, "animal"). The name reflects the prominence of animals...
- word muswach8sut, segmented as mus(ây) "big" + wach8 "mountain" + -s "diminutive" + -ut "locative" (the '8' in these words refers to the 'oo' sound according...
- and baptised six days later; as a child he was known as "Volodya", a diminutive of Vladimir. He was the third of eight children, having two older siblings...
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