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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Lexicon"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Lexicon is a writing exercise for several writers. (Web site)
  2. Lexicon is a word of Greek origin (λεξικόν) meaning vocabulary. (Web site) +3
  3. Lexicon, a text editor and word processor MS-DOS program that was extremely popular in the Soviet Union and Russia at the end of 1980s and in 1990s.
  4. Lexicon, a role-playing game using the Wiki software.
  5. Lexicon, an audio equipment manufacturer.
  6. The lexicon is specific to the English language, but it recognizes the difference between American and British usage and spelling.

Present

  1. We present an alternative alignment strategy which we call K-vec, that starts by estimating the lexicon. (Web site)

Information

  1. For this essay, we have given only the information about Indo-European culture that could be derived from language and lexicon alone. (Web site)

Brahui

  1. Brahui now has rather fewer inherited Dravidian words in its lexicon and is gradually incorporating more Urdu, Balochi and even Pashto. (Web site)

Spanish Lexicon

  1. Media Lengua, an inherited Quechua grammar and phonology with a borrowed Spanish lexicon (see relexification).

Rap Lexicon

  1. The album introduces a flurry of words to the rap lexicon; many artists imitate its materialism. (Web site)

Generative Lexicon

  1. Proposer of The Generative Lexicon, a very influential approach to lexical semantics.

Common Lexicon

  1. Now part of the common lexicon of typography, grunge was a development spring from postmodernism and deconstructionism. (Web site)

Ayn Rand Lexicon

  1. He also compiled The Ayn Rand Lexicon, a mini-encyclopedia of Rand's views on some 400 topics in philosophy--now available online at Lexicon.

Tocharian

  1. The primary effect of these languages upon Tocharian was in loan words into the lexicon, especially in religious terminology. (Web site)

Basic Ossetic Lexicon

  1. What matters is the percentage of borrowed words in the basic Ossetic lexicon.

Vietnamese Lexicon Relating

  1. Vocabulary As a result of a thousand years of Chinese occupation, much of the Vietnamese lexicon relating to science and politics is derived from Chinese. (Web site)
  2. As a result of a thousand years of Chinese occupation, much of the Vietnamese lexicon relating to science and politics is derived from Chinese. (Web site)

Contemporary Lexicon

  1. Cult is here representing the same thing as the word " religion " represents in contemporary lexicon.

Specialist Lexicon

  1. The uninflected forms are generated using the SPECIALIST Lexicon if words appear in the Lexicon, otherwise they are generated algorithmically.

Popular Lexicon

  1. Pyroclastic flow is a term that deserves a place in the popular lexicon.

English Lexicon

  1. His current major project is called FrameNet; it is a wide-ranging on-line description of the English lexicon. (Web site)

Mental Lexicon

  1. As soon as a matching word is found in either list the mental lexicon is accessed. (Web site)

Harry Potter Lexicon

  1. This list of rooms is based upon a list created by the Harry Potter Lexicon. (Web site)

Access

  1. These, however, are of limited value, as Poucha did not have access to more than a small portion of the Tocharian B lexicon.

Contents

  1. Contents So instead of the informal 'words' we need to specify more precisely what kinds of things appear in the lexicon. (Web site)

Papers

  1. The papers are organised under three broad categories: Syntax and Lexicon, Phonology, Comparative Mon-Khmer. (Web site)

Entries

  1. An HPSG grammar includes principles and grammar rules and lexicon entries which are normally not considered to belong to a grammar.

Differences

  1. This is mirrored in the sprinkle of Persian lexicon in their vocabulary, and also in the differences in their respective dialects.
  2. The Harry Potter Lexicon maintains lists of differences between the editions. (Web site)

Latin

  1. Most of the lexicon of Portuguese is derived from Latin. (Web site)

Bible

  1. When the Bible deals with this identical concept, it uses a simple word common in the contemporary lexicon of economists: profit.

Rules

  1. In the statistics compilation mode, the facility applies both lexicon entries and rules exhaustively. (Web site)
  2. The lexicon normally refers to stored static elements, not to rules of derivation. (Web site)

Fig

  1. FIG. 5A shows the application of the lexicon by the facility in the statistics compilation mode. (Web site)
  2. FIG. 5A shows the use of entries in the lexicon by the facility in the statistics compilation mode. (Web site)

Examples

  1. He said that if he gave all the examples, he would need "to transcribe a good part of the Bible or lexicon" (p. (Web site)

Roots

  1. Bloomfield’s LEXICAL MORPHEME HYPOTHESIS: The morphemes, affixes and roots alike, are stored in the lexicon.

American

  1. In 1930, Gallant Fox won all three important races, and sportswriter Charles Hatton brought the phrase "Triple Crown" into the American lexicon.

Slightly

  1. They only differ slightly in lexicon and phonology.

Great Deal

  1. It shares a great deal of lexicon with regional Portuguese dialects.
  2. In popular lexicon, a group of people who operate with a great deal of synergy can be thought of as having a mind share.

Influence

  1. Largely because of the influence of Jewish entertainment figures in the United States, many Yiddish words have entered the American English lexicon.

Work

  1. When I discovered her work over on the Harry Potter Lexicon and then saw her delightful book illustrations, I knew I wanted to hire her for Accio Quote.

Lot

  1. Pilipino has borrowed and adopted a lot of words from the Spanish lexicon, Spain being the country's colonizer for over 300 years.

Theory

  1. The latter study in its turn divides into the theory of grammar, or grammatical semantics and the theory of the lexicon, or lexical semantics. (Web site)

Book

  1. Mort Walker defined in his book The Lexicon of Comicana, the iconic representations used within comics and cartooning as "symbolia". (Web site)
  2. If you want to get further information, hunt out a book called " The Lexicon of the Maria Theresien Taler" (its is german and English) by Walter Hafner. (Web site)

Different

  1. In spite of the long influence of written Chinese, Korean remains very different in lexicon, phonology, and grammar. (Web site)

Something

  1. In general, every art has its strong and weak points, and each has something to offer to the lexicon of martial arts techniques. (Web site)

Harry Potter Books

  1. This Lexicon contains spoiler information from all the Harry Potter books. (Web site)
  2. Harry Potter Lexicon - This site is a wealth of information about various subjects in the Harry Potter books. (Web site)

Rowling

  1. The creators of H.P. Lexicon may not be as creative as Rowling, but they are authors, too, and deserve a little respect from the law.
  2. Rowling has praised the sites by name, granted them rare interviews, even used one site, the Harry Potter Lexicon, to check facts. (Web site)

Speakers

  1. The lexicon of a pidgin is usually small and drawn from the vocabularies of its speakers, in varying proportions. (Web site)

Arabic

  1. Lebanese shares a lot with Arabic, but its grammar and Lexicon differ greatly from the Arabic language. (Web site)
  2. The influence exerted by Arabic on the Romance dialects spoken in the Christian kingdoms of the north was small, affecting mainly their lexicon.

Form

  1. This led to the nativist view, that a form of grammar (including a complete conceptual lexicon in certain versions) were hardwired from birth.

Structure

  1. Words are drawn from the mental lexicon that best match up with the structure that the syntax has created.

Free Dictionary

  1. Look up lexicon in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Terms

  1. The central claim of cognitive grammar is that grammar forms a continuum with lexicon and is fully describable in terms of symbolic units (i.e.
  2. Original essays, reprinted articles, reviews of books and films, research tools, a lexicon of terms, and other works.
  3. To help decide if a word is ready to be entered into the lexicon, many lexicographers Google new terms.

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