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* Intelligibility Degree to which meaning can be understood and received.
herm* Interpretation
hermaq* Interpreter Means of interpretation.
semant* Meaning Idea conveyed.
* Metaphor Direct use of something to represent something else.
* Misinterpretation
* Unintelligibility Lack of intelligibility.
semantew* Unmeaningness Absence of meaning.

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Equivocation

Equivocation Having a double sense. Double meaning [See Meaning]; ambiguity, double entente [F., often erron. double-entendre], pun, paragram [rare], calembour [F.], quibble, equivoque or equivoke, anagram; conundrum (riddle) [See Secret]; word play (wit) [See Wit]; homonym, homonymy; amphiboly, amphibologism, amphilogism or amphilogy [rare], anagrammatism, ambilogy, ambiloquy [obs.].

See Falsehood, Concealment.