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Definitions

  1. Lexical meaning is a complex thing based on the procedure of reflecting the reality in a person's mind.

Elements

  1. Only one of the two elements has lexical meaning, the second has none, and being an auxiliary word possesses only grammatical meaning, e.

Word

  1. In the process of nomination only the lexical meaning of a word is formed, unlike the grammatical meaning which is not always conditioned.
  2. A particle is defined as a function word that expresses a grammatical relationship with another word but that lacks a definite lexical meaning. (Web site)

Verb

  1. An infinitive marker is defined as a function word that lacks definite lexical meaning but distinguishes the base form from the infinitive form of a verb.

Different Languages

  1. Differences in the lexical meaning of correlated words account for the differences of their collocability in different languages. (Web site)

Conceptual

  1. Cognitive semantic theories are typically built on the argument that lexical meaning is conceptual. (Web site)

Cognitive Semantics

  1. Another trait of cognitive semantics is the recognition that lexical meaning is not fixed but a matter of construal and conventionalization. (Web site)

Roots

  1. The roots of the reconstructed Proto-Indo-European language (PIE) are basic morphemes carrying a lexical meaning.

Morphemes

  1. Roots are usually free morphemes and express the lexical meaning of the word, affixes are bound morphemes.

Lexical Meaning

  1. All languages use intonation to express emphasis, contrast, emotion, or other such elements, but not every language uses tone to distinguish lexical meaning.
  2. In addition to the grammatical marking of the aspect, the lexical meaning of the verb may convey aspectual meaning.

Categories

  1. Morphemes
  2. Intonation
  3. Thought > Cognition > Cognitive Science > Cognitive Semantics
  4. Proto-Indo-European Language
  5. Pie
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