Figurative Language

Figurative Language

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Term Definition
Onomatopoeia. Words that copy or mimic sounds: boom, splash, vroom.
Alliteration. Reapered constant sounds at the begining of a word: six snakes slithered south for summer.
Hyperboly . An exaggeration: IT'S SO FLUFFY I'M GOING TO DIE!!!
Idiom. Mean more ( or diffrent ) than what is said: It cost an arm and a leg.
Simile. Compares two or more unlike things using the words like, as, or then: It was as cold as the arctic ocean.
Metophor. Compares two or more unlike things without using like, as, and then.
Personification. Giving an unhman thing human Qualites.
Hydra and Aqua prefix . Water.
Mar-Latin prefix. Sea.
Audi-Latin ptefix. Hear.
Vid and Vis-Latin prefix. See.
Ology- Greek. The study of something.
sci-Latin prefix. Know.
Hemi and Semi-Latin. Half.
Multi and Poly-Greek. Many.
Medi-Latan middle
Mono-Greek 1
Uni-Latin 1

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