Definition of Literally. Meaning of Literally. Synonyms of Literally

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Literally. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Literally and, of course, Literally synonyms and on the right images related to the word Literally.

Definition of Literally

Literally
Literally Lit"er*al*ly, adv. 1. According to the primary and natural import of words; not figuratively; as, a man and his wife can not be literally one flesh. 2. With close adherence to words; word by word. So wild and ungovernable a poet can not be translated literally. --Dryden.

Meaning of Literally from wikipedia

- Look up literal or literally in Wiktionary, the free dictionary....
- figure of speech. In rhetoric, it is also sometimes known as auxesis (literally 'growth'). In poetry and oratory, it emphasizes, evokes strong feelings...
- Literally, Right Before Aaron is a 2017 American comedy film written and directed by Ryan Eggold. The film stars Justin Long, Cobie Smulders, Ryan Hansen...
- "Literally I Can't" is a 2014 hip hop song by production duo Play-N-Skillz, featuring Redfoo, Lil Jon, and Enertia McFly. The song's music video was posted...
- Letters that arose from omicron include Roman O and Cyrillic O. The word literally means "little O" (o mikron) as opposed to "great O" (ō mega). In the system...
- Year of Living Biblically: One Man's Humble Quest to follow the Bible as Literally as Possible is a book by A. J. Jacobs, an editor at Esquire magazine,...
- enseñanza media China: zhong xue (中学; literally, middle school), consisting of chu zhong (初中; 初级中学; literally low-level middle school) from grades 7...
- lehendakaria (literally, 'President of the Basque Government') Leader of Navarre (Spain): Nafarroako Gobernuko lehendakaria (literally, 'President of...
- official written forms: Bokmål, literally "book language", used by 85–90% of the po****tion of Norway Nynorsk, literally "New Norwegian", used by 10–15%...
- and is analyzed as de- "off" + falx "sickle" + -tion "act of", hence literally "cutting off with a sickle". There is also a verb form, "defalcate". US...