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A rhetorical figure involving the repetition of a word in different cases or inflections within the same sentence.
Old English; earliest use found in Byrhtferð of Ramsey (fl. c986–c1016), Benedictine monk and scholar. From post-classical Latin polyptoton from Hellenistic Greek πολύπτωτον, use as noun of neuter of πολύπτωτος, adjective.
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