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lexemic

(lɛkˈsiːmɪk)
adj
(Linguistics) linguistics relating to lexemes
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modification of lexemic meaning", which in the case of conversion leads to a semantic change "[.
Neidorf proposes a theory of transmission called the lexemic theory, which he defines as follows:
Given this state of the art, the aim of this research is to contribute to the study of Old English word-formation from the perspective of morphological relatedness by distinguishing morphological contrasts holding between related forms that share a lexemic root from alternations proper, which represent a principled subset of morphological contrasts.
The analysis of our corpus of anglicisms has revealed various degrees of adaptation to the Romanian language system achieved by lexemic and morpho-semantic routines.
This word is capable of simultaneously producing multiple variations while maintaining its basic lexemic shape.
1973 'Polysemic, Lexemic and Taxonomic Relationships of Kadayan Kin Terms.
The lexemic meaning is created on the basis of the original lexeme, whereas the word is assigned syntactic properties.
As "Jewish self-hatred" has become more conspicuous as a term of opprobrium, the demand that we send it into a sort of lexemic exile has grown more strident.
viii) In cases where lexemic status is difficult to access [see criterion (1)], morphological complexity is given some weight as a secondary criterion.
In fact, yes, and if the poems seem something like a field of nails hammered upward from below--some of these nails breaking through the resistant surface, others not--so that the fractional graph, as it were, rendered by the glistening lexemic points, shadow-hints at the vast and unmapped semantic topography below, well, I can't say the effect surprised or surprises me, for, you see, I knew a bit about this little bookum also before it came, by coincydence, into my hands, and thus perhaps there was already a predisposition on my part to feele a resistance to its insistent obduracye.
lexemic features) is recognized by the model of an ELI.
Here one expects contrast and occasionally even lexemic resumption: