agglutinative

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-glū′ti-nă-tiv Definitions: 1. Causing, or able to cause, agglutination.
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agglutinative

[adj] - forming derivative or compound words by putting together constituents each of which expresses a single definite meaning
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Agglutinative

Ag·glu'ti·na·tive adjective [ Confer French agglutinatif .] 1. Pertaining to agglutination; tending to unite, or having power to cause adhesion; adhesive. 2. (Philol.) Formed or characterized by agglutination, as a language or a compound. « In agglutinative
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agglutinative

1. Pertaining to agglutination; tending to unite, or having power to cause adhesion; adhesive. ... 2. <philosophy> Formed or characterised by agglutination, as a language or a compound. 'In agglutinative languages the union of words may be compared to mechanical compounds, in inflective languages to chemical compounds.' (R. Morris) 'Cf. Man-k...
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agglutinative

polysynthetic adjective forming derivative or compound words by putting together constituents each of which expresses a single definite meaning
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Agglutinative

• (a.) Pertaining to agglutination; tending to unite, or having power to cause adhesion; adhesive. • (a.) Formed or characterized by agglutination, as a language or a compound.
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agglutinative

agglutinative Promoting adhension or agglutination.
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Agglutinative

(from Latin, 'glued to') In a now outdated linguistic classification, an agglutinative language was
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