Whatever is named with specific lexemes
plays an important role in the life of the people and is valuable to them.
Burton engages in an in-depth analysis of the group of semantically related Classical Hebrew lexemes
centering around the concept of glory, in order to gain a clearer understanding of the interrelations and differences between the various terms.
a lexicographical repertoire, onomasiological in nature, in which lexemes
are organized in a systematic order, from ideas or concepts to lexical units", (4) according to Vilarinho (2010, p.
265-98) include all lexemes
appearing in the texts alongside compilations of personal, geographical, and divine names.
Are we sure that all these lexemes
have the same referential meaning?
The aim of the study is to establish the repertoire of those lexemes
employed by Lydgate as well as to provide their etymology, syntax, dialect distribution, as well as temporal and textual distribution.
The difference between inflection and derivation is that as derivation gives new lexemes
, inflection gives forms to existing lexemes
that are syntactically environmental dependent.
So where lexemes
have more than one sense in a language, competent speakers of the language who grasp all of the lexeme
's senses will thereby grasp lexical information regarding the different senses also encoded by the same lexeme
The model also takes the polysemanticism (multiple meaning) of lexemes
and syntax structures into account.
This work, as the editors stress in their Introduction, accessed lexemes
from a wide array of specialized contexts as well as from everyday conversational settings.
We performed an evaluation of the Croatian and Slovene lexicon by inspecting up to 20 top-ranked MWE candidates for each grammatical relation of 12 selected lexemes
for each language.
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)".