hyponymy


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Noun1.hyponymy - the semantic relation of being subordinate or belonging to a lower rank or class
semantic relation - a relation between meanings
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Hyponymie

hyponymy

[haɪˈpɒnɪmɪ] Nhiponimia f
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We have placed the following under the category of felicitous semantic relations: antonymy, hyponymy, lexical and semantic fields (2).
In my research I follow the commonly accepted definition offered by Bloomfield (1933: 235), who identifies such compounds semantically, by means of hyponymy, i.e.
Lexical relation: hyponymy and hypernymy, homonymy, antonymy, synonymy
Keywords: imageability, lexical--semantic processing, hypernymy, hyponymy, psycholinguistics
What ideologically significant relations of meaning (synonymy, antonymy, hyponymy) are there between words?
Two words may be far apart in the linear structure and separated by many unrelated words or preposition structure, but they are in hyponymy for the dependency tree.
Semantic relationships may include similarity, hyponymy, precursor, or equivalence.
Words in the same semantic field are linguistically related (out of the semantic relations; synonymy, hyponymy, etc.) and conceptually related (as they represent the human cognition of the world).
The most popular relation among synsets is the IS-A relation also called super-subordinate relation or hyperonymy- hyponymy relation.
Nouns and verbs are arranged in structured way based on the hypernymy/ hyponymy relations.
For example, bird is a hyponymy of vertebrate, and vertebrate is a hypernym of bird.