One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘This reduplicative lexicon vanishes entirely in lines 7-10, only to reappear (further emphasized by grammatical parallelism) in lines 11-13 - ‘Sweet roses sweet deaths sweetest odours beauteous.’’
- ‘He makes the point that reduplicative is really tautologous - ‘duplicative’ would have been sufficient, if it were a noun.’
- ‘A number are reduplicative, as in Tilba Tilba, Wagga Wagga, and Woy Woy.’
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