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Polyptoton

Repetition of words derived from the same root but with different endings.

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 RHETORICAL THEORY: A PRACTICAL GUIDE
“Und eine Freiheit macht uns alle frei!” Das Polyptoton in Schillers
MINING THE SEAMS:
LITERARY DEVICES: With Latin and English Examples
POLYPTOTON- repetiton of key word with slight change in form. tam te basia multa basiare- Catullus.
SILVER BLAZE
Polyptoton: Repetition of words derived from the same root but with different endings. 12. Repetitio: a figure of speech where a single word is repeated.

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University of Michigan
Called polyptoton in Greek, this device is often used to put emphasis on a particular word or theme. In Franklin D.

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Polyptoton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Polyptoton is the stylistic scheme in which words derived from the same root are repeated (e.g. "strong" and "strength").
polyptoton - definition and examples of polyptoton
Repetition of words derived from the same root but with different endings.
polyptoton
Notation and Conjugates · Sources: Isidore 1.36.17; Fraunce (1588) 1.
Polyptoton - definition of Polyptoton by the Free Online Dictionary
n. 1. (Rhet.
Polyptoton
Polyptoton is a rhetorical figure in which words from the same root but with different inflections appear in close proximity.

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