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- of a personal pronoun, not used in immediate conjunction with the verb of which the pronoun is the subject, examples:
French moi 'I', 'me'
Irish é 'he', 'him'
- The Nuttall Encyclopedia
Dis*junc"tive (?), a. [L.
disjunctivus: cf. F. disjonctif.] 1.
Tending to disjoin; separating; disjoining.
2. (Mus.) Pertaining to disjunct
tetrachords. "Disjunctive notes." Moore (Encyc. of
Disjunctive conjunction (Gram.), one
connecting grammatically two words or clauses, expressing at the same
time an opposition or separation inherent in the notions or thoughts;
as, either, or, neither, nor, but,
although, except, lest, etc. --
Disjunctive proposition, one in which the parts
are connected by disjunctive conjunctions; as it is either day
or night. -- Disjunctive syllogism
(Logic), one in which the major proposition is
disjunctive; as, the earth moves in a circle or an ellipse;
but in does not move in a circle, therefore it moves in an
Dis*junc"tive, n. (a)
(Gram.) A disjunctive conjunction.
(b) (Logic) A disjunctive
- Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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