semanteme

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semanteme

(sɪˈmæntiːm)
n
(Linguistics) another word for sememe2
Translations
sémantème
semantema
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Secondly, the suffix ie (also spelled y, in the variant form selfy) declares that to this one's self, which has become a noun, are added semantemes of affectivity and informality, (16) making the word compatible with interaction processes situated chiefly at the daily communication level, domain in which, in the understanding of the Circle, the embryonic forms that may become crystallized ideologies in organized systems are found.
Semantemes of necessity, linkage, and permanence suggest not only (perhaps lesbian) friendship but a relationship with the other language.
This question is: how do we carry out the lexicalization of semantic elements that bear on a semantic element that is XNSIDE a configuration of semantemes lexicalized as a whole, by an LU?
met ensemble dans une phrase, d'une part tous les morphemes (indications grammaticales, l'echafaudage, la structure syntaxique, et de l'autre, tous les semantemes (donnees concretes)' (`Ecrit en 1955', p.
The "primary character of symbols" Lacan says, "brings them dose to those numbers out of which others are composed, and if they therefore underlie all the semantemes [emphasis added] of a language (langue), we shall be able to restore to speech its full value of evocation [emphasis added] for their inferences using as our guide a metaphor whose symbolic displacement will neutralize the secondary meanings of the terms that it associates," (82).

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