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meronym

(ˈmɛrəʊˌnɪm)
n
(Linguistics) a part of something used to refer to the whole, such as faces meaning people, as in they've seen a lot of faces come and go
[from Greek meros part + onuma name]
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Noun1.meronym - a word that names a part of a larger wholemeronym - a word that names a part of a larger whole; "`brim' and `crown' are meronyms of `hat'"
word - a unit of language that native speakers can identify; "words are the blocks from which sentences are made"; "he hardly said ten words all morning"
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Meronym
méronyme
meronym
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Mitchell's novel that this article interprets Meronym's
The organization of synsets for nouns in the hipo- hypero-, mero-, and holonym groups (the word A is a meronym of B if A is a part of B; the nose is a part of head, while head is a holonym of nose) is very similar, while the verbs in PMSB follow closely the six branch division {to exist, to have, to move, to do/to, to think/to create, and to sense/to) as suggested by Vidovic Muha [10] is quite different.
After the introduction of categorization, entries are arranged alphabetically, so that lexemes related to the entry words (also known as headwords) are registered based on semantic relations (hypernym, hyponym, holonymy, meronym, synonym, and related concept, to be further detailed).
X is a meronym of Y if and only if sentences of the form a Y has Xs/an X and An X is a part of a Y are normal when the noun phrases an X, a Y are interpreted generically (p.
Compare to the previous work our proposed system imposes semantic constrain on main verbs in question and semantic match on relation using Word Net's meronym, hypernym and hyponyms hierarchy.
The outsider tech-savvy Prescient Meronym (Halle Berry) visits Zachry's rustic home as she searches for ways to broadcast an S.O.S.
* Arabic Relation rules: include 23 relations types between the synsets: hypernymy, hyponymy, antonym, cause, derived, derived related from, entails, member meronym, part meronym, subset meronym, attribute between adjective and noun, participle, pertainym, see also, similar, troponym, instance holonym, subset holonym, part holonym, instance hyponym, disharmonies, class member and verb group [30].
The film takes us through the convoluted stories of a musician in the late 1930s, a campaigning journalist in the 1970s, an elderly publisher trapped in a nursing home in the present day, to 2144 and the life of a genetically engineered fast food worker and on to a future where Tom Hanks as Zachary agrees to help technologically advanced visitor Meronym (Berry) head find the Cloud Atlas communication station.
In 2321, Zachry (Tom Hanks) agrees to help technologically advanced visitor Meronym (Berry) head into the mountains to find the Cloud Atlas communication station.
But the most striking looks are when Halle changes sex to become eye-patched Korean medic Dr Ovid in 2144 and finally world saviour Meronym in post-apocalyptic 2321.
In 2321, Zachry (Hanks) agrees to help technologically advanced visitor Meronym (Berry) head into the mountains to find the Cloud Atlas communication station.