Semantic vs Awesomenessness - What's the difference?
As an adjective semantic
As a noun awesomenessness is
(emphatic|nonce word|rare|nonstandard) awesomeness.
Of or relating to semantics or the meanings of words.
(software design, of code) Reflecting intended structure and meaning.
Petty]] or trivial; (of a person or statement) quibbling, [[niggle, niggling.
* semantic change
* semantic field
* semantic shift
* (Semantic Web)
Semantic code: What? Why? How?" in boagworld.
(emphatic, nonce word, rare, nonstandard) awesomeness
* 2006 : “
[email protected]]”, [http://groups.google.co.uk/group/PepperCascade?hl=en The Pepper Cascade (Google group)]: [http://groups.google.co.uk/group/PepperCascade/browse_thread/thread/ffbf25192682931/cf6b6494e7120d98?hl=en&q=%22awesomenessness%22#cf6b6494e7120d98 Swimming
* 2006 : “
- PS we still have the coupons, so we have to consider the awesomenessness to receive a discount coupon. please post with a reason why you should deserve a discount coupon.
CharlaX]”, [http://groups.google.co.uk/group/Gmail-Help-Discussion?hl=en Gmail Help Discussion (Google group)]: [http://groups.google.co.uk/group/Gmail-Help-Organizing-Messages-en/browse_thread/thread/97e8590ab368f5ce/731323523aa93068?hl=en&q=%22awesomenessness%22#731323523aa93068 CHat(caht)
* 2007': “
- >.when ewe type him in the chat box his wings wiggle awesomenessness
Shantell Hoskin]”, ''[http://groups.google.co.uk/group/chocoluva4eva?hl=en Chocolate 4 Life (Google group)]: [http://groups.google.co.uk/group/chocoluva4eva/browse_thread/thread/d3b5b921c16044b1/4ebf929ac0e2585e?hl=en&q=%22awesomenessness%22#4ebf929ac0e2585e '''awesomenessness !!!! (thread title)
- awesomenessness !!!!
* (term) carries no additional semantic information compared with its antecedent awesomeness. Forms having been
triply] and [http://groups.google.co.uk/groups/search?hl=en&q=%22awesomenessnessnessness%22&btnG=Search&sitesearch= quadruply suffixed with also see occasional use; in pragmatic terms, this is equivalent to appending a long chain of exclamation marks after a statement to lend it emphatic force.