denominal

de·nom·i·nal

 (dĭ-nŏm′ə-nəl, dē′-)
adj.
Derived from a noun: a denominal adjective
n.
A word, such as cattish or winterize, that is formed from a noun but belongs to another part of speech.


de′nom′·i·nal·ly adv.

denominal

(dɪˈnɒmɪnəl)
adj
1. (Linguistics) another word for denominative
2. (Grammar) another word for denominative
Translations
dénominal
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Analogical Generalization and Retrieval for Denominal Verb Interpretation.
The concept of categorial meaning is accepted in general, (6) and the archisememes usually attributed to denominal verbalization account for most converted verbs as in the paraphrases of Table 1.
The book begins with a summary of properties of direct versus indirect causatives cross-linguistically, then presents new findings on a range of morphological causative formations in Hausa, focusing on deadjectival and denominal verbs.
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For the most part Maier correctly distinguishes the genuine examples of possessive denominal want- from other homonymous formations: 1) verbal past participles (especially but not exclusively to stems in -un-); 2) -ant- extensions to adjectives in -u- or -wa-; 3) "ergatives" to neuter stems in -u-or -au-.
Not only is the denominal suffix-er very common in fan base anglicisms, but it has also become extremely productive in present-day Spanish spoken by young people.
En el caso de que se trate de un derivado denominal, es posible tambien detectar en que medida hay una metonimia en el nombre que repercute en el significado del derivado o verbo.
Dado que la tendencia principal de los verbos incluidos en esta muestra (Cuadro 2) es denominal, todos estos pueden subsumirse en el siguiente EFP (5.
2014 New lessons from Borneo kinship: Denominal kinship verbs in Bonggi.
Only exceptionally can some suffixes attach to more than one lexical category, as is the case with the agentive suffix -ere, normally attached to verbs in order to form nouns, with which some exceptional formations arise involving denominal formations of nouns.