sinonīms

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See also: sinonims and sinònims

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Etymology[edit]

Via other European languages, ultimately a borrowing from Latin synōnymum, from Ancient Greek συνώνυμον (sunṓnumon), neuter singular form of συνώνυμος (sunṓnumos, synonymous), from σύν (sún, with) and ὄνομα (ónoma, name).

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Noun[edit]

sinonīms m (1st declension)

  1. synonym (one of two or more linguistic elements with identical or at least similar meanings)
    leksiskie sinonīmilexical synonyms
    sinonīmu vārdnīcasynonym dictionary
    ar labi izraudzītiem sinonīmiem rakstniece izvairās no leksikas atkārtošanāswith well-chosen synonyms the (female) author avoids lexical repetition

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sinonīms (def. sinonīmais; adv. sinonīmi)

  1. synonymous (referring to synonyms; having the same or similar meanings)
    sinonīmas konstrukcijas teikumāsynonymous constructions in a sentence
    sinonīmi vārdisynonymous words
    sinonīmas gramatiskās formassynonymous grammatical forms
    K. Staņislavskis un Maskavas Dailes teātris savā laikā bijuši gandrīz vai sinonīmi jēdzieniK. Stanislavisky and the Moscow Art Theater in his time were almost synonymous concepts

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