morpheme(redirected from Morpho-syntactic)
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The smallest linguistic unit with a meaning.
[G. morphē, form + -eme, from phoneme, G. phēmē, utterance]
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morphemeThe smallest semantically meaningful unit of a spoken language (words, prefixes or suffixes) that have discrete meanings. The formal study of morphemes is termed morphology.
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The smallest meaningful grammatical unit in a language (e.g., the s in “beds”).See: phoneme
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morphemeThe smallest element of speech that conveys either factual or grammatical information. Compare with phoneme which is a speech sound that serves to distinguish one word from another.
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