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tagmeme

(ˈtæɡmiːm)
n
(Linguistics) linguistics a class of speech elements all of which may fulfil the same grammatical role in a sentence; the minimum unit of analysis in tagmemics
[C20: from Greek tagma order, from tassein to put in order + -eme]
tagˈmemic adj
Translations

tagmeme

[ˈtægmiːm] Ntagmema m

tagmeme

n (Ling) → Tagmem nt
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In this system, the smallest meaningful lexical unit is called morpheme and its grammatical counterpart tagmeme. The hyperonym covering both, i.e.
See Pike Unified Theory, Linguistic Concepts, "Particle, Wave, and Field," and Pike and Pike Grammatical Analysis and Text and Tagmeme. In cognitive linguistics, Deane's approach to syntax is also close to what I am suggesting.
Pike redefined a concept developed earlier in linguistic research, the tagmeme, as a unit-in-context.
In a way that is relevant to our discussion of the rhetoric of graphics, Pike borrowed the language of optical physics for analyzing the functions of any entity: Each tagmeme can be considered as a particle (an individual unit), as a wave (a dynamic factor), and as a field (a system).
Periphrastic verbs are considered to be semantically and syntactically dependent forms participating in structuring the so-called analytical tagmemes where there obtains a semantically independent (in our case a nominal part) and a semantically dependent word (a periphrastic, i.e.