Origin of reduplicate
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH reduplicateredouble, reduplicate
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How to use reduplicate in a sentence
In the Mœso-Gothic, however, there was a true reduplicate form; in other words, a perfect tense as well as an aorist.
The reduplicate form, in other words, the perfect tense, is current in none of the Gothic languages except the Mœso-Gothic.
There are good grounds for believing that in the word did we have a single instance of the old reduplicate prterite.
The first is formed by a reduplication of the initial τ, and, consequently, may be called the reduplicate form.
Reduplicate, a rarer modification of valvate, is similar but with margins projecting outward.The Elements of Botany|Asa Gray