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con·note / kəˈnōt/ • v. [tr.] (of a word) imply or suggest (an idea or feeling) in addition to the literal or primary meaning: the term “modern science” usually connotes a complete openness to empirical testing. ∎  (of a fact) imply as a consequence or condition: in that period a log cabin connoted hard luck. DERIVATIVES: con·no·ta·tive / ˈkänəˌtātiv/ adj.

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connote XVII. — scholastic L. connōtāre mark in addition, f. CON- + notāre NOTE.
So connotation XVI.

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