DICTIO (DICTION)

слово, речь, речевой оборот, высказывание. Концептуалистские взгляды Петра Абеляра называли иногда диктизмом. Ср. SERMO.


Латинский словарь средневековых философских терминов. . 1998.

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  • diction — Une diction, Dictio. Diction peu usitée et difficile à entendre, Glossema. Cette diction ne signifie plus ce qu elle signifioit, Recessit dictio a significatione …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • diction — [ diksjɔ̃ ] n. f. • XIIe « expression »; lat. dictio 1 ♦ Vx Manière de dire, quant au choix et à l agencement des mots. ⇒ style. 2 ♦ (1549) Mod. Manière de dire, de débiter un discours, des vers, etc. ⇒ 1. débit, élocution. Professeur de diction …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Diction — (Latin: dictionem (nom. dictio) a saying, expression, word ),[1] in its original, primary meaning, refers to the writer s or the speaker s distinctive vocabulary choices and style of expression in a poem or story.[2] A secondary, common meaning… …   Wikipedia

  • diction, vocabulary — Diction is the choice and use of words for the expression of ideas. The word comes from Latin dictio, which means saying, word, and which appears in such familiar terms as dictionary, dictator, and dictate. Diction has been broadened in meaning… …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • diction — 1540s, a word; 1580s, expression of ideas in words, from L.L. dictionem (nom. dictio) a saying, expression, word, from dic , pp. stem of L. dicere speak, tell, say, related to dicare proclaim, dedicate, from PIE root *deik to point out (Cf. Skt.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • diction — [dik′shən] n. [L dictio, a speaking (in LL, word) < pp. of dicere, to say, orig., point out in words < IE base * deik , to point out > Gr deiknynai, to prove, Ger zeigen, to show, OE teon, to accuse, tæcan, TEACH] 1. manner of expression …   English World dictionary

  • diction — (di ksion ; en vers, de trois syllabes) s. f. 1°   Manière de dire, de débiter un discours, des vers. Diction lourde, traînante. 2°   Manière de dire, eu égard au choix et à l arrangement des mots. •   L on doit avoir une diction pure, LA BRUY I …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • diction — dictional, adj. dictionally, adv. /dik sheuhn/, n. 1. style of speaking or writing as dependent upon choice of words: good diction. 2. the accent, inflection, intonation, and speech sound quality manifested by an individual speaker, usually… …   Universalium

  • diction — dic|tion [ˈdıkʃən] n [U] [Date: 1500 1600; : Latin; Origin: dictio speaking , from dicere to say ] 1.) the way in which someone pronounces words clear/perfect/good etc diction ▪ She had perfect diction. 2.) the choice and use of words and phrases …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • diction — /ˈdɪkʃən / (say dikshuhn) noun 1. style of speaking or writing as dependent upon choice of words: good diction; a Latin diction. 2. the degree of distinctness with which speech sounds are uttered; enunciation. {Latin dictio saying} …   Australian English dictionary

  • diction — noun Etymology: Latin diction , dictio speaking, style, from dicere to say; akin to Old English tēon to accuse, Latin dicare to proclaim, dedicate, Greek deiknynai to show, dikē judgment, right Date: 1581 1. obsolete verbal description …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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