AMPHIBOLIA (AMPHIBOLOGY)

двусмысленность; фраза или высказывание, имеющая несколько интерпретаций. См. AEQUIVOCATIO, AMBIGUUM.


Латинский словарь средневековых философских терминов. . 1998.

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  • Amphibology — or amphiboly (from the Greek amphibolia ) is an ambiguous grammatical structure in a sentence.ExamplesTeenagers shouldn t be allowed to drive. It s getting too dangerous on the streets.This could be taken to mean the teenagers will be in danger,… …   Wikipedia

  • Amphibology — Am phi*bol o*gy ([a^]m f[i^]*b[ o]l [ o]*j[y^]), n.; pl. {Amphibologies} ( j[i^]z). [L. amphibologia, for amphibolia, fr. Gr. amfiboli a, with the ending logia as if fr. Gr. amfi bolos ambiguous + lo gos speech: cf. F. amphibologie. See… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • amphibology — [am fib′ə lē] n. pl. amphibolies [am΄fə bäl′ə jē] n. amphibologies [ME amphibologie < LL amphibologia (altered after words ending in logia, LOGY) < L amphibolia < Gr, ambiguity < amphiballein: see AMPHIBOLE] 1. double or doubtful… …   English World dictionary

  • amphibology — noun (plural gies) Etymology: Middle English amphibologie, from Late Latin amphibologia, alteration of Latin amphibolia, from Greek, from amphibolos Date: 14th century a sentence or phrase (as “nothing is good enough for you”) that can be… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • amphibology — [ˌamfɪ bɒlədʒi] noun (plural amphibologies) a phrase or sentence that is grammatically ambiguous. Origin ME: from OFr. amphibologie, from late L. amphibologia, from L. amphibolia, from Gk amphibolos ambiguous …   English new terms dictionary

  • amphibology — /æmfəˈbɒlədʒi/ (say amfuh boluhjee) noun (plural amphibologies) ambiguity of speech, especially from uncertainty of the grammatical construction rather than of the meaning of the words. {Late Latin amphibologia; replacing Latin amphibolia (see… …   Australian English dictionary

  • amphibology — n. (pl. ies) 1 a quibble. 2 an ambiguous wording. Etymology: ME f. OF amphibologie f. LL amphibologia for L f. Gk amphibolia ambiguity …   Useful english dictionary

  • Amphibologies — Amphibology Am phi*bol o*gy ([a^]m f[i^]*b[ o]l [ o]*j[y^]), n.; pl. {Amphibologies} ( j[i^]z). [L. amphibologia, for amphibolia, fr. Gr. amfiboli a, with the ending logia as if fr. Gr. amfi bolos ambiguous + lo gos speech: cf. F. amphibologie.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • am|phib|o|ly — «am FIHB uh lee», noun, plural lies. = amphibology. (Cf. ↑amphibology) ╂[< Latin amphibolia < Greek amphibolíā < amphíbolos ambiguous < amphi on both sides + bolos struck] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Amphibolies — Amphiboly Am*phib o*ly, n.; pl. {Amphibolies}. [L. amphibolia, Gr. ?: cf. OE. amphibolie. See {Amphibolous}.] Ambiguous discourse; amphibology. [1913 Webster] If it oracle contrary to our interest or humor, we will create an amphiboly, a double… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Amphiboly — Am*phib o*ly, n.; pl. {Amphibolies}. [L. amphibolia, Gr. ?: cf. OE. amphibolie. See {Amphibolous}.] Ambiguous discourse; amphibology. [1913 Webster] If it oracle contrary to our interest or humor, we will create an amphiboly, a double meaning… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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