Definitions are of three types, denotative, expository, scientific.
It finds that "reality" is a denotative term, a word used to designate indifferently everything that happens.
Most terms (the exceptions and doubtful cases will be discussed hereafter) have two functions, a denotative and a connotative.
In every language those words which are denotative of sounds are nearly always also imitative of them.
Meaning here, then, can be neither the connotative nor denotative reference of a term; they are covered by the two prior formulae.
The workings of my thought thus determine both its denotative and its connotative significance more fully.