phenomime

Wikidiffcom vs Phenomime - What's the difference?

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As a noun phenomime is

(linguistics) a word or phrase that mimics a certain physical form or motion.

Psychomime vs Phenomime - What's the difference?

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Psychomime is a related term of phenomime.


In linguistics|lang=en terms the difference between psychomime and phenomime

is that psychomime is (linguistics) a word or phrase that depicts a certain psychological state or bodily feeling while phenomime is (linguistics) a word or phrase that mimics a certain physical form or motion.

As nouns the difference between psychomime and phenomime

is that psychomime is (linguistics) a word or phrase that depicts a certain psychological state or bodily feeling while phenomime is (linguistics) a word or phrase that mimics a certain physical form or motion.

Phonomime vs Phenomime - What's the difference?

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Phonomime is a related term of phenomime.


In linguistics|lang=en terms the difference between phonomime and phenomime

is that phonomime is (linguistics) a word or phrase that mimics a sound while phenomime is (linguistics) a word or phrase that mimics a certain physical form or motion.

As nouns the difference between phonomime and phenomime

is that phonomime is (linguistics) a word or phrase that mimics a sound while phenomime is (linguistics) a word or phrase that mimics a certain physical form or motion.

Ideophone vs Phenomime - What's the difference?

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Ideophone is a synonym of phenomime.


As nouns the difference between ideophone and phenomime

is that ideophone is a word that utilizes sound symbolism to express aspects of events that can be experienced by the senses, like smell, color, shape, sound, action, or movement while phenomime is (linguistics) a word or phrase that mimics a certain physical form or motion.

Mimic vs Phenomime - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between mimic and phenomime

is that mimic is a person who practices mimicry, or mime while phenomime is (linguistics) a word or phrase that mimics a certain physical form or motion.

As a verb mimic

is to imitate, especially in order to ridicule.

As an adjective mimic

is pertaining to mimicry; imitative.