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And a Fight. First Known Use of exchange Noun 14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1 Verb 15th century, in the meaning defined at transitive sense 1a. Learn More about exchange.
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Time Traveler for exchange The first known love Racine all that good stuff of exchange was in the 14th century See more lolks from the same century. Ok, so it's not a single word, but it's what I was trying to think of: Semantic Satiation: AndyT And how in the hell did you find that explanation?Sexy Cuba Girls
This seems very close, but according to the linked article, this is when repetition of the word we exchanged looks several times disassociation of the word with its meaning. I think the question is about a related yet distinct phenomenon, where intense scrutiny could be repetition, I suppose causes disassociation of the written form of we exchanged looks several times word with the oral form and possibly the meaning.
I'm still voting this answer up though, because this term is so close and a pretty fantastic answer in any case. On the other hand, I think the phrase semantic satiation is flexible enough to meet granny for sex Leavenworth both meanings.
Most of our senses work this way, repeated or constant stimuli causes the signal to decrease, if you stare at a fixed point long enough your field of vision starts to fade to gray, and if you sit in a room with a constant noise, it eventually disappears from your conciousness. This is probably true for higher level concepts. Strindhaug Mar 21 '11 at FumbleFingers FumbleFingers k we exchanged looks several times 35 gold badges silver badges bronze badges.
Then again, maybe it means that semantic satiation as a concept is becoming obsolete Fumble a great insight. Regarding "another coinage". So a better term is "semantic collapse" or exdhanged description "post-repetition semantic collapse" or perhaps "post semantic-overload semantic-collapse". I think "word fatigue" is, perhaps, the very best term.
I personally would use word fatigue, or word saturation or perhaps best word collapse to describe the phenom. You could say, using "semantic! So, "word collapse" is more general and correct.
Matt Matt 3 3 silver badges 3 3 bronze badges. It's a great point that it is very similar or close to jamais exchanyed.
In fact, given FumbleFingers astute objections to "semantic satiation", timed is, indeed, the only actual answer forwarded on this whole page, and, it's a very good answer. Thank you!
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Semantic Satiation sounds like it has more to do with meaning. The sensation that I think the OP is referring to that I have had before is more related to just the look of the word.
I continue to know what it means. It just looks wrong.
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Based on Martha's accepted answer, I offer: You nicely camouflaged your answer's being two separate links! S Red S Red 1 1 gold badge 5 5 silver badges 15 15 bronze badges. I'm convinced we exchanged looks several times there is a word or perhaps it's a phrase that means exactly this, and I've read about it before, but I can't currently find it for the life of me. Martha, If I had more reputation I'd vote-up your answer!
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I agree completely this is a fantastic question. Certain words, if you say them over and over, they become really "weird"! For sure. Robusto Robusto k 31 31 gold badges silver badges bronze badges.
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So, autophasiathen? I looked at the Wikipedia link that was in Martha's post and it happened to list many names for this phenomenon besides kooks most popular one, "semantic satiation": What do you think of "lexical overexposure"? Zahhar Zahhar 4 4 silver badges 7 7 bronze badges.
Click on the thesaurus category heading under the button in an entry to see the synonyms and related words for that meaning. Definition and synonyms of exchange looks from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education. This is the British English definition of exchange looks.
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