gemination

[n] - the doubling of a word or phrase (as for rhetorical effect)
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Gemination

Gem`i┬Ěna'tion noun [ Latin geminatio .] A doubling; duplication; repetition. [ R.] Boyle.
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gemination

Embryologic partial division of a primordium. For example, gemination of a single tooth germ results in two partially or completely separated crowns on a single root. ... Origin: L. Geminatio, a doubling ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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gemination

noun the doubling of a word or phrase (as for rhetorical effect)
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Gemination

• (n.) A doubling; duplication; repetition.
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gemination

Type: Term Pronunciation: jem′i-nā′shŭn Definitions: 1. Embryologic partial division of a primordium. For example, gemination of a single tooth germ results in two partially or completely separated crowns on a single root.
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Gemination

In phonetics, gemination or consonant elongation happens when a spoken consonant is pronounced for an audibly longer period of time than a short consonant. Gemination is distinct from stress and may appear independently of it. Gemination literally means `twinning`, and is from the same Latin root as `Gemini`. Consonant length is distinctive in...
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gemination

doubling of a consonant sound; in rhetoric, repetition of a word or phrase
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gemination

the act of copying or making a duplicate of something
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