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In the Mœso-Gothic, however, there was a true reduplicate form; in other words, a perfect tense as well as an aorist.
A HANDBOOK OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGEROBERT GORDON LATHAM
The reduplicate form, in other words, the perfect tense, is current in none of the Gothic languages except the Mœso-Gothic.
A HANDBOOK OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGEROBERT GORDON LATHAM
There are good grounds for believing that in the word did we have a single instance of the old reduplicate prterite.
A HANDBOOK OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGEROBERT GORDON LATHAM
The first is formed by a reduplication of the initial τ, and, consequently, may be called the reduplicate form.
A HANDBOOK OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGEROBERT GORDON LATHAM
Reduplicate, a rarer modification of valvate, is similar but with margins projecting outward.
THE ELEMENTS OF BOTANYASA GRAY
One must either reduplicate it and say ko-ko, or prefix (ta, “great”) and say ta-ko.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 6, SLICE 2VARIOUS
Why may not thought's mission be to increase and elevate, rather than simply to imitate and reduplicate, existence?
THE MEANING OF TRUTHWILLIAM JAMES
In the present English there is no undoubted perfect or reduplicate form.
A HANDBOOK OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGEROBERT GORDON LATHAM
History, like a vast whispering gallery, will reduplicate the sound and pass it on to the ages to come.
THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY -- VOLUME 39, NO. 10, OCTOBER, 1885VARIOUS
Art gives intelligible ideas of the forms of nature, mechanism attempts to reduplicate their aspects.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 8, SLICE 7VARIOUS

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terpsichoreanadjective | [turp-si-kuh-ree-uhn, turp-si-kawr-ee-uhn, -kohr- ]SEE DEFINITION