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The Domestication of Meaning


This work deals with the domestication of meaning. First, the meaning of ‘meaning’ is explained and the seven types of meaning are critically examined. These are; conceptual meaning, connotative meaning, social or stylistic meaning, effective meaning, reflected meaning, collocative meaning and thematic meaning. Meaning is domesticated through these means. After careful examination of these types of meaning, it is observed that meaning is elusive in nature. The research methods include the library and research questions. The library is where books and other information are kept. Research questions are further used as a guide to the work.


Keywords: Meaning of meaning, domestication of meaning; types of meaning; research questions.

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