Definition for "Circumpose"

Etymology

From Latin circumpōno (“I put round”)
....Source from : Wiktionary

Circumpose - (Verb)

obsolete To put round; to place around; to place or arrange circularly.
  • The circumposed air is moved with the Earth.
....Source from : Wiktionary

obsolete To place within an encircling space; to pot (a plant).
  • To Circumpose Trees by planting them in Baskets, Pots, and Boxes, or Cases.
....Source from : Wiktionary

Circumpose - (General)

1. (Circumposition) In grammar, a preposition is a part of speech that introduces a prepositional phrase. For example, in the sentence "The cat sleeps on the sofa", the word "on" is a preposition, introducing the prepositional phrase "on the sofa". ...
Source or sample of word "circumpose"
2. To put round; to place around; to place or arrange circularly; To place within an encircling space; to pot (a plant)
Source or sample of word "circumpose"
3. (Circumposition) A pair of words that mark the beginning and end of a modifying phrase.
Source or sample of word "circumpose"
....Source from : Google Definitions

Pronunciation : IPA

  • /ˈsɜːkəmˌpəʊz/
  • /ˈsɝːkəmˌpoʊz/
....Source from : Wiktionary