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lex·i·ca

 (lĕk′sĭ-kə)
n.
A plural of lexicon.
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Sophisticated Speakers: Atticistic Pronunciation in the Atticist Lexica
Portland, OR, October 29, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Diglossia USA, LLC has announced the release of Lexica English, a 10-minute English placement and vocabulary test designed to quickly place incoming students into English programs.
Whereas lexica in general commonly provide a translation equivalent or a gloss for each entry, M.
Danker gives an extended history of the Preuschen--Bauer series of lexica, a valuable supplement to Bauer's introduction in BDAG.
No decent scholar's argument would be based on the lexicon, since lexica are simply records of scholars' interpretations of text, and the best scholars are not likely to be the ones who write lexica.
The 17-year-old CEO of Lexica Interior Design is able to transform a boring bedroom into a soothing sleeping space and cluttered quarters into a stylish abode.
El presente trabajo se enmarca dentro de esta ultima corriente cuya finalidad principal es conocer como se adquiere el vocabulario en una L2, (2) se centra en el aprendiz y los procesos de aprendizaje y da pie a distintas tendencias, entre las cuales encontramos una linea de investigacion sobre la competencia lexica. Desde finales de los setenta, este concepto ha recibido una gran atencion manifestada especialmente en intentos de definir que significa conocer una palabra.
Among their topics are a frame-based methodology for lexical typology, making do with minimal lexica: light verb construction with MAKE/DO in pidgin lexica, the semantic domain of emotion in Eskimo and neighboring languages, differences and interactions between scientific and folk biological taxonomy, and motivation by formally analyzable terms in a typological perspective: an assessment of the variation and steps towards explanation.
The topics include Greek dictionaries ancient and modern, the single-author lexicon, myths and markets of Liddell and Scott, the Cambridge Greek Lexicon's approach to learners' lexica, and the making of the Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources.