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|It's not the name itself but the "idiotic symmetry" created by the double function of |
the name both as a name (reversed antinomasia) and a descriptive term (straight
antinomasia). The value of this story to the history of hospitality lies in its ...
|... the metaphor t stipites intractabiles (6Uvr) nisi quidam eum dextra sic esset |
consolatus Bicias (antinomasia also) (6lvr) Et simium in purpura Thersitem in
Achillis panoplia (antinomasia also) (88r) asinas auriculas coepit mordaci radere
|Nam antinomasia vicem nominis sustinet, epitheton numquam sine nomine fit. . . . |
Fit etiam epitheton modis tribus: ab animo, a corpore, extrinsecus" (". . . is a
descriptive phrase going before a proper name. For an antonomasia takes the
|... Gwrthddywedyd, v. to contradict Gwrthddywediad, n. m. contradiction Gwrtheb, |
ion, n. m. an objection Gwrthedrych, n. m. a retrospect Gwrthegni, on, n. m. a
reaction Gwrtheiriad, n. m. antiphrasis Gwrthenwad, n. m. antinomasia
|... 1956, 1971), of the universal and obsessive interest in the subject through the |
ages and the amount of time spent studying it, of its vast and intricate terminology
for classifying hundreds of figures of speech in Greek and Latin—antinomasia ...
|In addition to the preceding figures there are Li'totes, which affirms more strongly |
by denying the contrary; Antinomasia, which puts a proper for a common name,
and vice versa ; Catachresis, or abuse of words (that is, words too far wrested ...
|The following are the chief figures of rhetoric, ranged alphabetically: — Allegory, |
anadiplosis, anticlimax, antinomasia, antithesis, apostrophe, catachresis, climax,
ellipsis, enallage, enunciation, erotesis, exclamation, hyperbaton, hyperbole, ...
|Now is there such a change in antinomasia, periphrasis, allegory, and many |
other forms of speech which he classes among tropes? The overturner of
Carthage and Numantia is an expression as literal as Scipio, 434
|... s.m. autiphrasis Gwrthenwad, s.m. antinomasia Gwrthergyd — ion, s.m. a |
repulse Gwrthern— i, s.m. a relation in the seventh degree of consangninity
Gwrthfach — au, s.m. a counter-hook Gwrthfarn, s.f. adverse judgment
Gwrthfechni— on, ...
|Antinomasia. Antiphrasis. Antiptosis. Antistrophc. Antithesis. Apathy. Apheresis. ' |
Aphorism. Apocope. Apodioxis. Apologcticah' Apologue. Aposiopesis.
Apostrophe. Appellative. , Apposition. □ Aptote. Archaism. Article. Articulation.