Allomorph

• (n.) Any one of two or more distinct crystalline forms of the same substance; or the substance having such forms; -- as, carbonate of lime occurs in the allomorphs calcite and aragonite. • (n.) A variety of pseudomorph which has undergone partial or complete change or substitution of material; -- thus limonite is frequently an allomorph...
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allomorph

<chemical> Any one of two or more distinct crystalline forms of the same substance; or the substance having such forms; as, carbonate of lime occurs in the allomorphs calcite and aragonite. ... A variety of pseudomorph which has undergone partial or complete change or substitution of material; thus limonite is frequently an allomorph after py...
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allomorph

(from the article `linguistics`) Morphs that are in complementary distribution and represent the same morpheme are said to be allomorphs of that morpheme. For example, the regular ... ...So-called isolating languages, such as Vietnamese, have a one-to-one correspondence of morphemes to words; i.e., no words contain more than one ... ...
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allomorph

noun a variant phonological representation of a morpheme; `the final sounds of `bets` and `beds` and `horses` and `oxen` are allomorphs of the English plural morpheme`
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Allomorph

Al'lo·morph noun [ Greek ... other + ... form.] (Min.) (a) Any one of two or more distinct crystalline forms of the same substance; or the substance having such forms; -- as, carbonate of lime occurs in the allomorphs calcite and aragonite. (b) A variety of pseudomorph whi...
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Allomorph

A different pronunciation of a morpheme. For instance, consider the -s plural morpheme. The standard
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allomorph

A non-distinctive variant of a morpheme, e.g. -keit and -heit in German (Heiterkeit, Schönheit) which vary according to the final consonant of the base to which they are suffixed but share the same grammatical function of nominal derivation.
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allomorph

allomorph 1. Any of two or more different forms of the same chemical compound. 2. In linguistics, one of the alternate contextually determined phonological shapes of a morpheme; such as, en in oxen, which is an allomorph of the English plural morpheme.
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allomorph

any of two or more crystalline forms of a substance
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Allomorph

In minerals, an allomorph is any one of two or more distinct crystalline forms of the same substance; or the substance having such forms, for example carbonate of lime occurs in the allomorphs calcite and aragonite. The term
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allomorph

[n] - any of several different crystalline forms of the same chemical compound 2. [n] - a variant phonological representation of a morpheme
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