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

In linguistics, a word stem is a part of a word responsible for its lexical meaning.

- Word stem

In synthetic languages, a single word stem (for example, love) may have a number of different forms (for example, loves, loving, and loved).

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

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Alpha

Morpheme-based morphology tree of the word "independently"

Root (linguistics)

Core of a word that is irreducible into more meaningful elements.

Core of a word that is irreducible into more meaningful elements.

Morpheme-based morphology tree of the word "independently"

The root word is the primary lexical unit of a word, and of a word family (this root is then called the base word), which carries aspects of semantic content and cannot be reduced into smaller constituents.

Inflectional roots are often called stems, and a root in the stricter sense, a root morpheme, may be thought of as a monomorphemic stem.

Sewage-treatment-facility - The German language has many compounds

Compound (linguistics)

Sewage-treatment-facility - The German language has many compounds

In linguistics, a compound is a lexeme (less precisely, a word or sign) that consists of more than one stem.