annotative

annotate

[an-uh-teyt]
verb (used with object), annotated, annotating.
1.
to supply with critical or explanatory notes; comment upon in notes: to annotate the works of Shakespeare.
verb (used without object), annotated, annotating.
2.
to make annotations or notes.

Origin:
1725–35; < Latin annotātus noted down (past participle of annotāre), equivalent to an- an-2 + notātus noted, marked; see note, -ate1

annotative, annotatory [an-uh-tey-tuh-ree, -tuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee, uh-noh-tuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee] , adjective
annotator, noun
overannotate, verb, overannotated, overannotating.
reannotate, verb, reannotated, reannotating.
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annotate (ˈænəʊˌteɪt, ˈænə-)
 
vb
to supply (a written work, such as an ancient text) with critical or explanatory notes
 
[C18: from Latin annotāre, from nota mark]
 
'annotatable
 
adj
 
'annotative
 
adj
 
'annotator
 
n

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annotate
1733, from L. annotatus, pp. of annotare "to note down" (see annotation).
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