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lex·i·cal

(leks'ĭ-kăl),
Denoting the vocabulary of speech or language.

lex·i·cal

(leks'i-kăl)
Denoting the vocabulary related to or describing speech or language.
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points out that the perfect is resultative-completive, but also that the perfect participle dadvams--has become lexicalized in the meaning 'donor', which is also the use of dadi- in a number of instances (RV 1.
Second, the kernel-based CD similarity is an elegant combination of lexicalized and semantic information.
On the other hand, many important items were not lexicalized.
Comparatively few of these cases become lexicalized as members of the new word-class.
Under high task pressure, the informants scored poorly in terms of lexicalized language use.
To a start, consider below the examples of a denominal causative pelittaa [game-CAUS] with the meaning 'function, go around' (44), a lexicalized "middle" verb jatattaa 'be slow' (45).
A node can thus be rendered invisible for the matching procedure if it gets lexicalized by a matching lexical item, or moved.
These result from the tendency of SL learners to assume that the concepts in the native and target languages are grammaticalized, lexicalized, and transmitted with identical or parallel NL linguistic and communicative structures.
For example, the nominalizations kirjastus, toimetus, and valjaanne, derived respectively from the verbs kirjastama 'to publish', toimetama 'to edit', and valja andma 'to publish', have the lexicalized meanings kirjastus 'publishing house', toimetus 'editorial board; editorial office' and valjaanne 'publication' (in the sense of a published work).
The term lexicalised as it has been used here is in accordance with a description in Booij (2005:17): "When a possible word has become an established word, we say that it has lexicalized.
Chaos is a server for modular and lexicalized parsing based on a cascade of morph-syntactic recognisers.
We would have to stipulate that the *k- prefix became lexicalized first and only later shifted position.