Tmesis

Tme'sis (mē'sĭs or t'mē'sĭs; 277) noun [ Latin , from Greek tmh^sis a cutting, from te`mnein to cut.] (Gram.) The separation of the parts of a compound word by the intervention of one or more words; as, in what place soever , for
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Tmesis

• (n.) The separation of the parts of a compound word by the intervention of one or more words; as, in what place soever, for whatsoever place.
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Tmesis

Tmesis (s; Ancient Greek: τμῆσις tmēsis, `a cutting` < τέμνω temnō, `I cut`) is a linguistic phenomenon in which a word or phrase is separated into two parts, with other words interrupting between them. One example would be the recurring phrase by Barney Stinson on How I Met Your Mother, `legen-wait for it-dary`, in which the p...
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Tmesis

Intentionally breaking a word into two parts for emphasis. Goldwyn once wrote, 'I have but two words
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tmesis

separation of word into parts by an intervening word
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