"reduplicative" meaning in English

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Adjective

Etymology: reduplicate + -ive Etymology templates: {{suffix|en|reduplicate|ive}} reduplicate + -ive Head templates: {{en-adj|-}} reduplicative (not comparable)
  1. Formed by redoubling; reduplicate, double Tags: not-comparable Derived forms: reduplicative paramnesia
    Sense id: en-reduplicative-en-adj-~AHWFQ0T Categories (other): English entries with incorrect language header, English terms suffixed with -ive Disambiguation of English entries with incorrect language header: 52 48 Disambiguation of English terms suffixed with -ive: 51 49

Noun

Forms: reduplicatives [plural]
Etymology: reduplicate + -ive Etymology templates: {{suffix|en|reduplicate|ive}} reduplicate + -ive Head templates: {{en-noun}} reduplicative (plural reduplicatives)
  1. (grammar) A word obtained by the process of reduplication. Categories (topical): Grammar
    Sense id: en-reduplicative-en-noun-IX8FCYfO Categories (other): English entries with incorrect language header, English terms suffixed with -ive Disambiguation of English entries with incorrect language header: 52 48 Disambiguation of English terms suffixed with -ive: 51 49 Topics: grammar, human-sciences, linguistics, sciences

Inflected forms

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