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mirative  mirativity  adm  admirative  admirative mood
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In linguistics, mirativity, initially proposed by Scott DeLancey, is a grammatical category in a language, independent of evidentiality, that encodes the speaker's surprise or the unpreparedness of their mind. Wikipedia
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In linguistics, mirativity, initially proposed by Scott DeLancey, is a grammatical category in a language, independent of evidentiality, that encodes the speaker's surprise or the unpreparedness of their mind. Wikipedia
Grammatical element expressing surprise Wikidata
A grammatical mood that expresses (surprise at) unexpected revelations or new information. Wiktionary
Grammatical mood. Wiktionary (translation)
The quality of being mirative, that is, of expressing (surprise at) an unexpected revelation or new information. Wiktionary
The quality of being mirative. Wiktionary (translation)
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