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Definition of Emphaticalness

Emphaticalness
Emphaticalness Em*phat"ic*al*ness, n. The quality of being emphatic; emphasis.

Meaning of Emphaticalness from wikipedia

- In Semitic linguistics, an emphatic consonant is an obstruent consonant which originally contrasted with series of both voiced and voiceless obstruents...
- Emphatic was an American hard rock band from Omaha, founded by guitarist-songwriter Justin McCain in 2004. Their major label debut record Damage for Atlantic...
- Emphasis or emphatic may refer to: Emphasis (telecommunications), intentional alteration of the amplitude-vs.-frequency characteristics of the signal meant...
- The Emphatic Diaglott is a diaglot, or two-language polyglot translation, of the New Testament by Benjamin Wilson, first published in 1864. It is an interlinear...
- consonant system is based on triads of related voiceless, voiced and "emphatic" consonants. Five such triads are reconstructed in Proto-Semitic: Dental...
- object. Self-intensifiers have also been called simply "intensifiers", or "emphatic reflexives", or "intensive reflexives". In many languages, they are similar...
- an emphatic form. In modern American English, however, there is an increasing tendency to limit the usage of the latter pronunciation to emphatic purposes...
- reads: Fatal consequences of Spain's bloody war with Bonaparte, and other emphatic caprices (Spanish: Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España...
- and ur-, which means "original, primitive" in substantives, and has an emphatic function in adjectives. ge-, on the other hand, expresses union or togetherness...
- trigger emphatic allophones; occasionally also the pharyngeal consonants /ʕ ħ/ (the former more than the latter). Many dialects have multiple emphatic allophones...
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