Ellipsis means: Three little dots of light that vibrate when you wait for your reply to a text message on an iPhone (in Community Dictionary, added by Terrance Rodgers)

What else does Ellipsis mean?

  • It’s the word you are so excited about, then it turns out that punctuation marks or something similar is what you mean. (in Community Dictionary, added by Leonardo Marín)
  • Plural noun. A word or phrase that is not required for understanding but necessary to complete a syntactical structure. (in Community Dictionary, added by Ally Arias)
  • Plural: ellipses A sequence of 3 or more periods. It is often used to indicate a pause, silence or when a sentence has been left unfinished. This is common in text-based conversations. (in Community Dictionary, added by Raiden Mccullough)
  • A super-period, or ellipsis, is one that makes a woman more emotionally and physically active than regular periods. This can be easily demonstrated graphically Period: . Ellipsis: . (in Community Dictionary, added by Karly Hartman)
  • In place of labeling the individual a dumb-ass, or retard, an ellipsis… can be used to end a sentence. (in Community Dictionary, added by Montserrat Sánchez)
  • A ellipsis refers to a sequence of three or more periods… that are inserted in a sentence to signify a pause, or silence. Ellipses are used in dialogue. Today, elipses can be used in place of proper punctuation. You can use an ellipsis to signify the suppression or omission of words or phrases. Latin ellpsis is a derivative of Greek elleipsis from elleipein. Plural: ellipses. (in Community Dictionary, added by Jaelyn Small)
  • A word or phrase that is not required for understanding but necessary to complete a syntactical structure. (in AZ Dictionary)
  • Here’s an example. (in AZ Dictionary)
  • An indication of an omission in writing or printing, which can be indicated by a mark (or series of marks, such as * ** or…), especially letters and words. (in AZ Dictionary)