They do not form adjectival participle with their internal argument, do not accept the postposition of their arguments and accept a cognate/ hyponym
Besides, translating the hyponym
smiley as ([phrase omitted]) just like its hypernym emoticon, rather than ([phrase omitted]), is an example of generalisation, which should be avoided in technical translation, because the TL word has a wider meaning than the SL word.
In the qualitative analysis, regarding the PS, it was verified that children with typical development, of both groups, presented an oral pattern of reply, with the presence of grammar category change, substitution for hyperonym, hyponym
, synonym, for words that designate semantic attributes, for designation of functions, affective paraphrases, among others.
Curiously, kullt telur has now completely disappeared, but under the entry cangkang the explanation rumah siput (snail's shell), which sounds like an explanation to me, has been included and in this edition, it is also an entry in itself because it is now treated as a hyponym
under the word rumah (house).
Bahuvrihi is the type of compound in which the whole is not a hyponym
of either constituent.
A hypernym is a general word that names a broad category that includes other words, and a hyponym
is a subdivision of more general word.
Thanyaporn and Anirach (2012, 2014) studied and proposed the hierarchy weight of subsumption (hypernym/ hyponym
or meronym/holonym hierarchy) in Computer Science ontology using Wu and Palmer measure .
Abraham Maimuni (see below) declares that "Hittite" is a hyponym
[an inclusive term] for "Hivite".
In this analysis, emotion is a hyponym
that abstracts various emotions, and it is used, as Wierzbicka says, "as an abbreviation for, roughly speaking, 'feelings based on thoughts'" (Ibid: 12).
an endocentric compound is a hyponym
of one of its constituents and a copulative has two independent constituents the individual compounds are sometimes ambiguous and confusing.
displayed a particularly large coincidence between the collocate clusters of the hyperonym and those of its own.
Firstly, the specific term 'rose' is a hyponym
of flower, and secondly, 'flower' is a superordinate or hypernym of 'rose'.