|claim to be something, intend something, plan; claim, profess; claim falsely, pretend, intent, intention, purpose; meaning, significance, sense||purport|
|(about a word) alike in spelling and pronunciation but different in meaning, having same name, of homonyms||homonymous|
|(about a word) having the same pronunciation as another word but a different meaning, relating to homophony, sounding the same||homophonic|
|(British spelling for inflection) curve, bend; change in pitch or tone of the voice; addition of a suffix or other element to the basic form of a word to change its meaning or function (Grammar)||inflexion|
|(from Latin meaning "in the work cited") refers back to a source previously indicated||op.cit (opere citato)|
|(Grammar) will; intend to, plan to; must, be obliged to (auxiliary verb used to form the future tense), shall, shall (2nd person present plural of)||shalt|
|(Informal) heliograph; heliogram, pref. sun, combining form meaning "sun"||helio|
|(interjunction) exclamation, because of, conj. for what reason; because of which, for what reason?; for what purpose?, interj. Oh! (cry of surprise), reason; for what reason?; for what purpose?||why|
|(Law) advocate, defense lawyer; claimant, one who enters a plea; claim, suit||pleader|
|(Law) extension of time given to one party in a lawsuit for the purpose of reaching an amicable settlement, continuance; request for an extension of time||imparlance|
|(Law) one holds an incumbrance on a property (also incumbrancer), somebody with legal claim on property||encumbrancer|
|(Psychology) pertaining to synaesthesia, pertaining to stimulation of one sense which triggers a reaction in another sense (i.e. seeing a particular color upon hearing a certain melody)||synaesthetic|
|(Semantics) state of having one meaning (especially of individual words and phrases), singleness of meaning||monosemy|
|(Slang) resourcefulness, initiative; common sense; courage, pluck, courage to act||gumption|
|1960s dance, bend, bread or roll, cigar or tobacco, coil, curl, spin, turn; rotate opposite ends of an object in opposing directions; entwine; distort, pervert; sprain (ankle, etc.); produce a spiral shape, constantly change direction, distort meaning,...||twist|
|19thC literary and artistic movement, artistic use of symbols, belief in symbolic nature of Eucharist, expression of an idea by means of symbols (as in art, literature, etc.); system of symbols; symbolic meaning||symbolism|
|a chart, graph; scheme, design; main story of a literary work; conspiracy, intrigue; tract of land; small piece of land in a cemetery, draw on a graph, make a plan, make secret plans, mark on a graph, mark something on a chart, piece of ground, place d...||plot|
|A claim for the right to return or the right to demand the return of a security that has been previously accepted as a result of bad delivery or other irregularities in the delivery and settlement process.||Reclamation|
|a Latin phrase meaning "pray and work"||ora et labora|
|A strategy designed to reduce investment risk using call options , put options, short selling, or futures contracts. A hedge can help lock in existing profits. Its purpose is to reduce the volatility of a portfolio, by reducing the risk of loss.||Hedging|
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