[phrase omitted] 'summit (in place names: mountain with a round summit)' (IT 767) is explained by native speakers as 'head' or 'elder' (KA).
Therefore, in case of unfamiliarity with a lexical item or forgetfulness of the signifier, the desired lexeme
can still be found.
Each text is translated, although in some cases interpretations remain tentative owing either to broken passages or to an unattested lexeme
or grammatical form.
The poorer a language is in morphology, the more transcategorization is possible: the same lexeme
may be ADJ and ADV, Noun and VB.
In terms of the number of tokens representing particular types and their textual distribution in John Lydgate's works, Table 1 below presents the search results obtained for each lexeme
Back derivation is the formation of new lexeme
by the deletion of a suffix from a complex form.
For speakers of a language L, the lexical information associated with a concept C is the information regarding the phonetic or syntactic features of the lexeme
that encodes C in L.
The process of semantic net synthesis begins with formation of a list of lexeme
Inside each part of speech the MWE candidate accuracies vary significantly and there is no correlation between the frequency range of a lexeme
and its precision (the lexemes
are ordered by falling frequency).
La derision a meme etendu l'usage du lexeme
a d'autres manifestations de la vie quotidienne.
Three types were identified, in accordance with the formal criterion and the updated semantic and functional oppositions: "gradual (between the lexemes
of a certain semantic area according to the dimension extent), equipollent (specific to the fields in which the value of each lexeme
is defined by means of direct opposition to all other lexemes
of the group) and privative (between two lexemes
, where one presents a distinctive feature to which the second is indifferent)".
The first (Chapter 2) discusses the etymology and phonological/morphological form of each lexeme
, and has as its companion Appendix III, listing words which formerly have been advanced as loan words, but which are rejected and re-categorised as 'native'.