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From Latin ellipsis , from Ancient Greek ἔλλειψις ( élleipsis , “ omission ” ) . Pronunciation [ edit ] IPA ( key ) : /ɪˈlɪpsɪs/ Noun [ edit ] ellipsis ( plural ellipses ) ( typography ) A mark consisting of three periods, historically with spaces in between

wiktionary.org | 2017/12/19 22:12:27

vertical ellipsis print that page

vertical ellipsis Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary Jump to: navigation , search English [ edit ] Noun [ edit ] vertical ellipsis ‎( plural vertical ellipses ) The character " ⋮ ". An ellipsis (three dots ) vertically aligned. Categories : English

wiktionary.org | 2016/1/22 21:10:30

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From Middle English haven , from Old English habban , hafian ( “ to have ” ) , from Proto-Germanic *habjaną ( “ to have ” ) , durative of *habjaną ( “ to lift, take up ” ) , from Proto-Indo-European *kh₂pyéti , present tense of *keh₂p- ( “ to take, seize, catch

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From an ellipsis of it may be , equivalent to may +‎ be . Compare mayhap . Pronunciation [ edit ] ( UK , US ) enPR : mā'bē , IPA ( key ) : /ˈmeɪbi/ , [ˈmeɪ̯bi] Audio (US) ( file ) Audio (UK) ( file ) Rhymes: -eɪbi Adverb [ edit ] maybe ( not comparable

wiktionary.org | 2018/2/13 20:56:53

if the mountain won't come to Muhammad print that page

An ellipsis ( anapodoton ) of "if the mountain won't come to Muhammad, then Muhammad must go to the mountain," perhaps from a Turkish proverb, retold by Francis Bacon . Details The earliest appearance of the phrase is from Chapter 12 of the Essays of Francis Bacon , published in 1625

wiktionary.org | 2017/12/20 19:04:15

siteswap notation print that page

uncountable ) A numerical notation used to describe juggling patterns. Synonyms [ edit ] ( by ellipsis ) siteswap See also [ edit ] siteswap on Wikipedia. Wikipedia:siteswap Categories : English lemmas English nouns English uncountable nouns en:Juggling

wiktionary.org | 2015/9/1 14:47:28

if the cap fits print that page

Anapodoton of if the cap fits, wear it . Phrase [ edit ] if the cap fits ( Britain ) Ellipsis of if the cap fits, wear it See also [ edit ] Appendix:English examples of anapodoton Categories : English lemmas English phrases British English English ellipses

wiktionary.org | 2017/10/5 19:01:24

Sussex Drive print that page

By ellipsis from 24 Sussex Drive ( “ street address of the prime minister's residence ” ) , formerly 24 Sussex Street   24 +‎ Sussex +‎ street (see also drive ). The road was named after Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex (1773–1843). Proper noun [ edit ] Sussex Drive

wiktionary.org | 2017/5/21 20:33:46

meantime print that page

From Middle English menetime , equivalent to mean +‎ time . Adverb is by ellipsis from in the meantime . Pronunciation [ edit ] enPR : mēnʹtīm , IPA ( key ) : /ˈmiːntaɪm/ Audio (US) ( file ) Noun [ edit ] meantime ( countable and uncountable , plural meantimes

wiktionary.org | 2017/10/10 4:15:17

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This symbol is called an ellipsis . Its display may vary based on language script. See also [ edit ] ฯ ຯ Punctuation apostrophe (  '  ) (  ’  ) braces (  {   }  ) brackets (  [   ]  ) colon ( : ) comma ( , ) dashes (  ‒  ) (  –  ) (  —