Lexis

[Aristotle] In philosophical discourse, lexis (from the Greek: λέξις `word`) is a complete group of words in a language, vocabulary, the total set of all words in a language, and all words that have meaning or a function in grammar. == Lexis according to Plato == According to Plato, lexis is the manner of speaking. Plato said that lexi...
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Lexis

Style.
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lexis

[n] - all of the words in a language
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Lexis

the vocabulary of a language, especially in dictionary form
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Lexis

(Lexis (lexical)) Lexical choice means word choice. It's clearly an important aspect of creating a suitable style or register (i.e. when making language choices suited to a particular genre, context, audience and purpose). CARE! It's easy to confuse a lexical analysis with a semantic analysis. Semantics deals with word and sentence meaning or cont...
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lexis

vocabulary
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lexis

noun all of the words in a language; all word forms having meaning or grammatical function
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Lexis

(from the article `classical scholarship`) ...Aristophanes, Menander, and perhaps other comic poets; edited Sophocles and at least part of Euripides; and compiled useful summaries of the plots ...
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lexis

lexis 1. The entire stock of words in a language. 2. The diction or wording, in contrast to other elements, of a piece of writing. 3. The total set of words in a language as distinct from morphology; vocabulary.
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Lexis

[linguistics] In linguistics, a lexis (from the Greek: λέξις `word`) is the total word-stock or lexicon having items of lexical, rather than grammatical, meaning. ==Lexicon== In short, the lexicon is: A major area of study, psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics, involves the question of how words are retrieved from the mental lexicon ...
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Lexis

Not to be confused with the popular car, a lexis is the complete stock of morphemes, idioms, and wor
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lexis

way in which a piece of writing is expressed in words
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Lexis

Lexis is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `protector of the people` The name Lexis is most commonly given to American girls. Although in most countries Lexis is a name given to girls. In the United States, 1 out of 51 Lexis`s are boys. What do they use in other countries? Lexus (English) The name sounds like: Lexus,, Lexus Similar...
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