an abberveation formes by combining the intital letters in words or parts of series of words.
not named or identified; done by someone unknown.
word that means the opposite of another word.
a person for whom somehting, such as a city, building, or street has been named.
on of two or more words that are spelled alike but have different meanings and pronucations, such asbass voice and bass a fish.
one of two or more words that are pronounced alike but have different meanings, such as isle and aisle.
the formation of words that imitate sounds assosiated with the objects or actions to witch they refer
a sting of words that sounds like another sting of words, such as gray day and gray a.
false name; fictitious name.
one of two or more words that have the same meaning.
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