Connotative

  • (adj): Having the power of implying or suggesting something in addition to what is explicit.

Some articles on connotative:

Direct Reference Theory - John Stuart Mill
... If a name is connotative, it denotes what it denotes in virtue of object or objects having the attributes the name connotes ... According to Mill, most individual concrete names are connotative, but some, namely proper names, are not ... All general terms, on the other hand, are according to Mill connotative ...
Connotation (semiotics) - Discussion
... Connotative meanings are developed by the community and do not represent the inherent qualities of the thing or concept originally signified as the meaning ... But connotative meanings are context-dependent, i.e ... for the patient, a summation that takes place at a connotative cognitive level ...
Dyadic Aspects of Sign Relations - Connotation
... warp of its accumulated mass is commonly alluded to as the connotative import of language ... Formally speaking, however, the connotative aspect of meaning presents no additional difficulty ... For a given sign relation L, the dyadic relation that constitutes the connotative aspect or connotative component of L is notated as Con(L) ...
Traditional Color Theory - Color Harmony and Color Meaning
... Greek philosophers, many theorists have devised color associations and linked particular connotative meanings to specific colors ... However, connotative color associations and color symbolism tends to be culture-bound and may also vary across different contexts and circumstances ... For example, red has many different connotative and symbolic meanings from exciting, arousing, sensual, romantic and feminine to a symbol of good luck and also acts ...
Advertising - Semiotics
... The signified has two meanings known as denotative and connotative ... The connotative meaning is the product’s deep and hidden meaning ... A connotative meaning of a television would be that it is top of the line ...