The Detached connotation: Military occupation also conveys a degree of detachment.
In case the connotation is lost, “Theater Kid” is not a good thing here.
What connection is there between the connotation and the Relativity of Names?
Why, I should say it means 'skilful, clever,' and it carries with it the connotation of 'novel.'
Kala is as nearly as possible barbarian, and has a connotation of contempt.
It has kept the connotation of "grace," but lost that of "nobility."
At the same time, the connotation of a communistic or authoritive value must not be read into the term.
connotation and Denotation are often said to vary inversely in quantity.
It had a connotation somewhere between servant and companion.
It is, in short, the meaning or connotation that is the main thing.
1530s, from Medieval Latin connotationem (nominative connotatio), from connotat-, past participle stem of connotare "signify in addition to the main meaning," a term in logic, literally "to mark along with," from Latin com- "together" (see com-) + notare "to mark" (see note).
A word denotes its primary meaning, its barest adequate definition -- father denotes "one that has begotten." A word connotes the attributes commonly associated with it -- father connotes "male sex, prior existence, greater experience, affection, guidance."
The meaning that a word suggests or implies. A connotation includes the emotions or associations that surround a word. For example, the word modern strictly means “belonging to recent times,” but the word's connotations can include such notions as “new, up to date, experimental.”