Definition of Lexemes

1. Noun. (plural of lexeme) ¹



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Definition of Lexemes

1. lexeme [n] - See also: lexeme

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lexemes

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lewisia
lewisias
lewisite
lewisites
lewisson
lewissons
lewy bodies
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lex dubia non obligat
lex talionis
lexatumumab
lexed
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lexeme
lexemes (current term)
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Literary usage of Lexemes

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1. From Latin to Spanish by Paul M. Lloyd (1987)
"Because these rules are limited only to specific lexemes, they are not productive. In other instances, an adaptive rule may be employed by speakers in order ..."

2. The Occitan Translations of John XII and XIII-XVII from a Fourteenth-century by Marvyn Roy Harris (1985)
"77 I have refrained from using ALF 320, coq, because of the differing lexemes which appear in the area that ..."

3. On Calculating the Factor of Chance in Language Comparison by Donald A. Ringe (1992)
"But practical difficulties make the probabilistic comparison of affixes much less straightforward than that of lexemes. One major difficulty is that most ..."

4. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley (1859)
"... the age of the world; et lexemes (body) Tyngde, the gravity of a body ; Mange Vande» Lyd (many waters loud), the sound of many waters. ..."

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