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Main Entry: ? 
Pronunciation: \¦? nō¦tān\ 
Function:   
Date: circa 1532 
G an act or proce of ?enoting 
 meaning; ‘ ‘ a ?irect pecific meaning a ?itinct from an implie? or aociate? i?ea 
u  a ?enoting term name ign, in?ication<viible ?enotation of ?ivine wrat 
[ te totality of ting to wic a term i applicable epecially in logic ² compare connotation 
 
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Main Entry: à 
Pronunciation: \¦ n¦tān\ 
Function:   
Date: 1532
G  te uggeting of a meaning by a wor? apart from te ting it explicitly name or ?ecribe 

ometing uggete? by a wor? or ting implication<te connotation of comfort tat urroun?e? 
tat ol? cair 
 te ignification of ometing <tat abue of logic wic conit in moving counter about a if 
tey were nown entitie wit a fixe? connotation ² W. R. Inge 
u an eential property or group of propertie of a ting name? by a term in logic ² compare

?enotation
 


Main Entry:  


Pronunciation: \¦yüf¦mim\ 
Function:   
Etymology: Gree ‘ 
from ‘ aupiciou, oun?ing goo?, from ‘ +  

peec, from  to pea ² more at ban
Date: circa 1681 
te ubtitution of an agreeable or inoffenive expreion for one tat may offen? or ugget 
ometing unpleaant;  te expreion o ubtitute? 
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