loan word


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loanword

n
(Linguistics) a word adopted, often with some modification of its form, from one language into another

loan word

A word that has been borrowed from one language and become naturalized in another language.
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loan word

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In such cases the loan word is a more appropriate term instead of a loan stem.
Along the same lines we are going to seek the origin of girl in a Scandinavian loan word coming ultimately from a West Slavic dialect.
Rather curiously, the Farhangestan's target list also does not include the most common loan word used in every day spoken Farsi: merci.
4) From the term 'borrowing by translation' comes the term decalque, reserved for a loan word from a lexical unit coming from a language 'A' and used in a language 'B' in a translated form.
Euromanager, Ferrari day), with meanings unrelated to that of the loan word (e.
In a slightly different description offered by Encarta Dictionary, the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary describes loan word as "a word from another language used in its original form".
The choice of blisfulnesse is significant, too; the loan word beatitude, which first occurs in Caxton's text (1491, OED s.
One should think of this Italian innovation not as a method, but as a mere approccio, if we can borrow back a loan word.
Among their topics are the incomparable wryness of Old English Poetry, Wulfstan's Scandinavian loan word usage, the post-positioning of prepositions in poetic diction, and language and style in two anonymous Easter homilies.
The word hiyoosun is clearly an early loan word, because it appears in the translations of the classics completed in the first decade of the Qing dynasty.
The attempt so far has been the exposition of Atta's deployment of lexical innovations, lexical relations and loan words in projecting woman as an object of exploitation, as religious and as assertive in EGWC.
This history means that Arabic loan words in English tend to be in specific categories: for example, there are many scientific terms which come from the deep understanding of these topics written up by the Arab writers of the 800s and 900s.