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(Latin: other, another)
(Greek: different, other, another; divergence; a combining form denoting a condition differing from the normal or a reversal, or referring to "another")
(Latin: different, other, another; to change, to modify)
(Greek: different, other, another, unlike; irregular, abnormal)
(Greek: one another, of one another; literally, "the other"; reciprocally; in mutual relation)
(Greek: different, of or belonging to another; foreign, strange; abnormal; perverse)
(a different kind of vocabulary lexicon that emphasizes English words primarily from Latin and Greek origins)
(Greek: one part for another)
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(April, another ancient Roman month)
(Greek: Kytheria; another name for Venus or Aphrodite)
(Just two of many lexicons that need to clarify all of the word contents for a better understanding instead of using another form of one of the words that is being defined to explain the other entries or simply not providing any information about the other words besides the primary entry.)
(another journal, log, or blog about Word-Info site activities, daily and nightly)
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(Latin: striving to equal; rivaling or competing with; imitate, imitating; trying to do something as well as or better than another system, person, or other people)
(Latin: to remove, to wander; moving; to move away, to depart from one place to another place)
(Latin: a literary thief; "plunderer, oppressor, kidnapper" [one who "abducts the child or slave of another"]; then by extension, to take and use the thoughts, writings, etc. of someone else and represent or claim them as one's own)
(a book that is bound to be used and where one word leads to another and another, ad infinitum)
(a style of writing that can't be translated into the poetry of another language)
(Latin: shield; a broad piece of metal or another suitable material, held by straps or a handle attached on one side, used as a protection against blows or missiles.)
(another way to improve one's Latin-Greek-English vocabulary)
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(Greek: diseases communicated from one kind of animal to another or to human beings; usually restricted to diseases transmitted naturally to man from animals)
(Greek: diseases communicated from one kind of animal to another or to human beings; usually restricted to diseases transmitted naturally to man from animals)
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half a dozen of one and six of another
This entry is located in the following unit: Pleonasms or Tautological Redundancies (page 10)
(Greek: beginning; the first, the leader, the ruler; being first has two different, but often related, meanings: one meaning indicated first in time; another indicated first in importance)
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