- v. present participle of reborrow.
- n. linguistics A word taken back from another language or the process involved in this. Such words may have changed in meaning or form.
- n. Something reborrowed.
“It looks like there are no cognate Austronesian forms in your list, so as a long shot it could be a reborrowing from a Dutch or English pluralization of the original.”
“Additionally, Chesapeake said it "anticipates reborrowing [under its revolving bank credit facility] from time to time to fund drilling and leasehold acquisition initiatives and for general corporate purposes.”
“My point with all that, is that I have been thinking about a term to use for those books - the ones you end up reborrowing - so today, my library loot is split into new loot, and reloot! by Melody Thomas - I just recently read the first book in this series.”
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My ambition is to build a list with the names for
1. ALL types of word formation
2. the words put together by 1.
using a strict definition: e.g. "antonym", "aptronym" "palindrom...
Looking for tweets for reborrowing.