noun. 1. a likeness between two different beings within the confines of specific areas. 2. an argumentative technique that teeters upon the implication that a likeness may exist between at least two beings with respect to their features, justifying a suspicion that the beings will additionally have other like features. 3. with regard to language, the procedure involving continual trends of enunciation, the forming of terms, and more where a language is concerned.
ANALOGY: "An analogy can be a difficult concept for a child to learn, but once they do, they generally recognize them forever."