Codex claromontanus latin (The S.S. Teacher's Edition-The Holy Bible - Plate XXVIII)
Morpheme-based morphology tree of the word "independently"
Letters and words

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)

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

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

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Alpha

The grammatical gender of a noun affects the form of other words related to it. For example, in Spanish, determiners, adjectives, and pronouns change their form depending on the noun to which they refer. Spanish nouns have two genders: masculine and feminine, represented here by the nouns gato and gata respectively.

Grammatical gender

Specific form of noun class system, where nouns are assigned with gender categories that are often not related to their real-world qualities.

Specific form of noun class system, where nouns are assigned with gender categories that are often not related to their real-world qualities.

The grammatical gender of a noun affects the form of other words related to it. For example, in Spanish, determiners, adjectives, and pronouns change their form depending on the noun to which they refer. Spanish nouns have two genders: masculine and feminine, represented here by the nouns gato and gata respectively.
In the French language, countries can have masculine (green) or feminine (purple) names. Except for certain islands and Mexique, Mozambique, Cambodge and Zimbabwe, the gender depends on whether the country name ends in -e.
In the Polish language, countries can have masculine (blue), feminine (red) or neuter (yellow) names. Countries with plural names are green.
Gender in European languages.
Light blue: no gender system.
 
Yellow: common/neuter.
 
Red: masculine/feminine.
 
Green: animate/inanimate.
 
Dark blue: masculine/feminine/neuter. Standard Dutch has a three-gender structure, which fell in disuse in the North of the Netherlands but remains very much alive in Flanders and the South of the Netherlands.
Statistical data on the Spanish nouns and names ending in a

A classifier, or measure word, is a word or morpheme used in some languages together with a noun, principally to enable numbers and certain other determiners to be applied to the noun.

Additionally, in many languages, gender is often closely correlated with the basic unmodified form (lemma) of the noun, and sometimes a noun can be modified to produce (for example) masculine and feminine words of similar meaning.

Taxonomy showing the hypernym "color"

Lexeme

Unit of lexical meaning that underlies a set of words that are related through inflection.

Unit of lexical meaning that underlies a set of words that are related through inflection.

Taxonomy showing the hypernym "color"

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.

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