Definition of Appellatives

1. Noun. (plural of appellative) ¹



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Definition of Appellatives

1. appellative [n] - See also: appellative

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Appellatives

appeasive
appel
appellable
appellancy
appellant
appellants
appellate
appellate court
appellate courts
appellate jurisdiction
appellation
appellations
appellative
appellatively
appellativeness
appellatives (current term)
appellatory
appellee
appellees
appellor
appellors
appels
appenage
appenages
append
appendage
appendaged
appendageless
appendagelike
appendages

Literary usage of Appellatives

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1. The Works of Jeremy Bentham by Jeremy Bentham, John Bowring (1839)
"Exposition and Exposure Among the appellatives employed for the designation ... With reference to the two sorts of appellatives which will come immediately ..."

2. Studies on Homer and the Homeric Age by William Ewart Gladstone (1858)
"On the three greater Homeric appellatives. a. Danaans. b. Argives. c. ... WE now come to the great Homeric appellatives, Danaan, Argive, and Achaean. ..."

3. The Book of Fallacies: From Unfinished Papers of Jeremy Bentham by Jeremy Bentham, Peregrine Bingham (1824)
"CHAPTER I. Question-begging appellatives. Ad judicium. ... Among the appellatives employed for the designation of objects belonging to the field of moral ..."

4. Mental Philosophy: Embracing the Three Departments of the Intellect by Thomas Cogswell Upham (1869)
"The formation of appellatives implies the feeling of resemblance. We discover, in the way which has just been mentioned, the origin of appellatives or ..."

5. Mental Philosophy: Embracing the Three Departments of the Intellect by Thomas Cogswell Upham (1869)
"The formation of appellatives implies the feeling of resemblance. We discover, in the way which has just been mentioned, the origin of ..."

6. Elements of Mental Philosophy by Thomas Cogswell Upham, Dugald Stewart (1831)
"... of general names or appellatives. Naturally possessed of too much activity of spirit, to rest satified with remaining in one place, or to quiet their ..."

7. Elements of Intellectual Philosophy: Designed as a Text-book by Thomas Cogswell Upham (1828)
"The formation of appellatives the result of a feeling of resemblance. We discover, in the way which has been mentioned, the origin of appellatives or common ..."

8. A Grammar of the New Testament Greek by Alexander Buttmann (1873)
"The names of rivers approximate so much to the nature of appellatives that the addition of the article seems to be almost necessary. ..."

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