What is a connotation? Come to be the meaning of certain culture. Example: “a life of dogs” To mean: Suffers and has bad life.
Connotation Infinity of sentence and words posses a meaning entirely connotative. Another example: The word dawn can take the subjective significances of: “The begin of a new life” “Initation of good luck after having bad luck during a term of time”
Connotation The connotation of the word cannot be registered by the dictionaries.
Connotation The connotative meaning are associated to a term and they express feelings and emotion. The connotation can be the speaker´s product in an act or it can be of general use in a specific culture.
Connotation The use of the words can produce alterations in the speech. The word christmas can mean: Sadness, melancholy, solitude, memories. Or the habitual positive connotation in the society: Happiness, party, gift.
Denotation Denotation Is the basic meaning of a word, just appears defined in the dictionaries with a formal and objective expression form.
Denotation For example: Dawn denotes the part of the day corresponding to the exit of the sun, and it is as is defined in the dictionaries.