reduplicated

[ verb ri-doo-pli-keyt, -dyoo-; adjective ri-doo-pli-kit, -keyt, -dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF reduplicated

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To this class belong the verbs which originally had reduplicated preterites.

In a reduplicated form only one half as a rule needs to be explained.

By refusing what she asked, he reduplicated her asking; this is sweet to him and profitable to her.

It could be burned to the ground in fifteen minutes and in ten reduplicated.

When reduplicated as nn, it has a plural and strengthened form, like our own.

Some four or five groups of British colonies have reduplicated, or are now reduplicating, a parallel development.

This inaccuracy is often to be deplored; inasmuch as a reduplicated syllable often really affects the sense.

The initial letter of συναντησας has been reduplicated through careless transcription: ΟΣΣΥΝ—instead of ΟΣΥΝ—.

They do not want to marry 261 a mother as well as a wife, and to live under a double dominion and a reduplicated opposition.

"Babe" is probably a form of the earlier baban, a reduplicated form of the infant sound ba.

WORD ORIGIN

1560s, from Medieval Latin reduplicatus, past participle of reduplicare "to redouble," from re- "back, again" (see re-) + Latin duplicare "to double" (see duplicate (adj.)). Related: Reduplicated; reduplicating; reduplicative.

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