mimation

Mimation vs Himation - What's the difference?

mimation | himation |


As nouns the difference between mimation and himation

is that mimation is (linguistics) the addition of an -m suffix to the vocalic case markers (/a/, /i/ and /u/) in semitic languages, especially akkadian while himation is a rectangular cloak of linen or wool, worn in ancient greece, usually over a chiton.

Mimation vs Limation - What's the difference?

mimation | limation |


As nouns the difference between mimation and limation

is that mimation is (linguistics) the addition of an -m suffix to the vocalic case markers (/a/, /i/ and /u/) in semitic languages, especially akkadian while limation is the act of filing or polishing.

Akkadian vs Mimation - What's the difference?

akkadian | mimation |


As nouns the difference between akkadian and mimation

is that akkadian is a semitic inhabitant of the region of mesopotamia near the city of akkad while mimation is (linguistics) the addition of an -m suffix to the vocalic case markers (/a/, /i/ and /u/) in semitic languages, especially akkadian.

As an adjective akkadian

is of or pertaining to the akkadian language of ancient mesopotamia.

As a proper noun akkadian

is the now extinct semitic language of ancient mesopotamia, formerly used as an international language of diplomacy.

Semitic vs Mimation - What's the difference?

semitic | mimation |


As an adjective semitic

is of or pertaining to a subdivision of afro-asiatic : amharic, arabic, aramaic, syriac, akkadian, hebrew, maltese, tigrigna, phoenician etc.

As a proper noun semitic

is the semitic languages in general.

As a noun mimation is

(linguistics) the addition of an -m suffix to the vocalic case markers (/a/, /i/ and /u/) in semitic languages, especially akkadian.

Case vs Mimation - What's the difference?

case | mimation |


As nouns the difference between case and mimation

is that case is (label) abstract feature of a noun phrase that determines its function in a sentence, such as a grammatical case and a position while mimation is (linguistics) the addition of an -m suffix to the vocalic case markers (/a/, /i/ and /u/) in semitic languages, especially akkadian.