lexeme

[n] - a minimal unit (as a word or stem) in the lexicon of a language
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Lexeme

(Lexeme (lexemic / lexicon)) A lexeme is a word at its most basic, hence the word 'spell' is a lexeme from which can be derived a variety of other words: spelled, spelling, etc. Lexemes are found in dictionaries as a head word usually shown in bold, e.g. interest, bridge, mouse. Also counted as lexemes are some 'phrasal verbs' whose meanings are se...
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lexeme

noun a minimal unit (as a word or stem) in the lexicon of a language; `go` and `went` and `gone` and `going` are all members of the English lexeme `go`
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lexeme

(from the article `linguistics`) ...still less of a single syllable. Nor will the word as a grammatical unit necessarily coincide with the phonological word. Similarly, the units of ...
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lexeme

lexeme, lexemic In linguistics, a word or stem that is a meaningful unit in a language as opposed to such a form as part of a grammatical structure.
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Lexeme

A lexeme (pronunciation) is a unit of lexical meaning that exists regardless of the number of inflectional endings it may have or the number of words it may contain. It is a basic unit of meaning, and the headwords of a dictionary are all lexemes. Put more technically, a lexeme is an abstract unit of morphological analysis in linguistics, that rou...
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lexeme

The smallest (abstract) unit which is recognised as semantically independent in the lexicon of a language. A lexeme subsumes a set of forms which are related semantically, e.g. the lexeme walk unites the various forms walk, walks, walked, walking.
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