Synonym vs Acoloutha - What's the difference?
Synonym is a hypernym of acoloutha.
As nouns the difference between synonym and acoloutha
is that synonym
is while acoloutha
is (rhetoric) a fully reciprocal synonym.
(semantics, with respect to a given word or phrase) A word or phrase with a meaning that is the same as, or very similar to, another word or phrase.
(zoology, with respect to a name for a given taxon) Any of the formal names for the taxon, including the valid name (i.e. the senior synonym).
(botany, with respect to a name for a given taxon) Any name for the taxon, usually a validly published, formally accepted one, but often also an unpublished name.
(databases) An alternative (often shorter) name defined for an object in a database.
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- "Happy" is a synonym of "glad".
- Synonyms are part of the SQL standard and are used frequently by Oracle DBAs. Note that Oracle includes both private and public synonyms.
* (word or phrase with same meaning as another) equivalent, poecilonym
* (word or phrase with same meaning as another) antonym, opposite
(rhetoric) A fully reciprocal synonym.
* (rhetoric) synonym
* (rhetoric) anacoloutha