morphemics

mor·phem·ics

 (môr-fē′mĭks)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
1. The study, description, and classification of morphemes.
2. The morphemic structure of a language.

morphemics

(mɔːˈfiːmɪks)
n
(Linguistics) linguistics the study or analysis of morphemes and the morphemic structure of words

mor•phe•mics

(mɔrˈfi mɪks)

n. (used with a sing. v.)
1. the study of the classification, description, and functions of morphemes; morphology.
2. the manner by which morphemes form words.
[1945–50]

morphemics

the study and description of the morphemes of a language, i.e., its minimum grammatical units, as wait and -ed in waited. — morphemicist, n.
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