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gemination (n.)

1590s, "a doubling," from Latin geminationem (nominative geminatio) "a doubling," noun of action from past-participle stem of geminare "to double, repeat" (see geminate). In rhetoric, repetition of a word or phrase for emphasis.

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Definitions of gemination

gemination (n.)
the doubling of a word or phrase (as for rhetorical effect);
gemination (n.)
the act of copying or making a duplicate (or duplicates) of something;
Synonyms: duplication
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