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Meaning can be:
- Meaning (linguistic), meaning which is communicated through the use of language.
- Meaning (non-linguistic), extra-linguistic meaning (intentional communication without the use of language), and natural meaning, where no intentions are involved at all.
- The production of meaning is semiosis
- Meaning of Life — the philosophical question
- associative meaning in an expression has to do with individual mental understandings of the speaker
- "The Meaning of Meaning" — a book, subtitled A Study of the Influence of Language upon Thought and of the Science of Symbolism (1923) was co-authored by C. K. Ogden and I. A. Richards, Magdalene College, University of Cambridge
- The Meaning of Things: Applying Philosophy to Life is a 200 page book by A. C. Grayling first published in 2001