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re·cip·ro·cal pro·noun

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  1. reciprocal pronounnoun

    a pronoun or pronominal phrase (as `each other') that expresses a mutual action or relationship between the individuals indicated in the plural subject

    "The sentence `They cared for each other' contains a reciprocal pronoun"

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  1. reciprocal pronounnoun

    a pronoun referring to an antecedent in the plural, and expressing a mutual relation

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  1. Reciprocal pronoun

    The reciprocal pronouns in English are one another and each other. Together with the reflexive pronouns — myself, yourself, ourselves, yourselves, and others — they are classified as anaphors. Reciprocity is the broader concept, of which reflexivity is a special case. Reciprocity has A relating to B and B relating in exactly the same way to A. Reflexivity is the concept of A reciprocating with itself. ⁕Reciprocal: A↔B = A→B and A←B = A→B and B→A ⁕Reflexive: A↔A = A→A and A←A = A→A and A→A = simply A→A Examples: ⁕Reciprocal: They all said "Hello" to one another. ⁕Reflexive: All alone, he had no friends but himself. The classical Greek reciprocal pronoun was allēlōn. From this stems the word parallel: para allēlois "beside each other".

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of reciprocal pronoun in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of reciprocal pronoun in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

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