connotativo [con-no-tah-tee’-vo, vah]
1. Connotative or connotive, applied to nouns which signify the quality of the object designated by the primitive noun, or the office of the subject from which it is derived, as aquilino, caballar, bacanal, lírico, etc. (Grammer)
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