A report on Lemma (morphology)Lexeme and Word

Codex claromontanus latin (The S.S. Teacher's Edition-The Holy Bible - Plate XXVIII)
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In morphology and lexicography, a lemma (plural lemmas or lemmata) is the canonical form, dictionary form, or citation form of a set of words.

- Lemma (morphology)

In English, for example, break, breaks, broke, broken and breaking are forms of the same lexeme, with break as the lemma by which they are indexed.

- Lemma (morphology)

It is a basic abstract unit of meaning, a unit of morphological analysis in linguistics that roughly corresponds to a set of forms taken by a single root word.

- Lexeme

One form, the lemma (or citation form), is chosen by convention as the canonical form of a lexeme.

- Lexeme

Dictionaries categorize a language's lexicon (i.e., its vocabulary) into lemmas.

- Word

This correlates phonemes (units of sound) to lexemes (units of meaning).

- Word
Codex claromontanus latin (The S.S. Teacher's Edition-The Holy Bible - Plate XXVIII)

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