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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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Thus, when it is necessary to lexicalize a Place head in a locative structure, the only way to go is to use the ending -s, which also lexicalizes Goal structures.
Meithei has a Source marker that lexicalizes only the Source head.
(31) These constructions are rare and indicate that the Croatian language lexicalizes meanings related to the subdomain of 'pleasant/unpleasant experience' as well, not by a single lexeme (unmotivated or motivated), but by a collocation.
Thus, it is necessary to define types of lexicalization patterns that lexicalize certain concepts or conceptual mappings within a certain language or among languages.
In the one type, the FIGURE verbs, the verb stem lexicalizes the (movable) FIGURE, and the direct object is GROUND, as in scremare 'to remove the cream from X'.
Given the LS in (25a), each verb lexicalizes one of the possible undergoer choices: steal lexicalizes the default selection, in which the lowest ranking argument in terms of the AUH is the undergoer, while rob lexicalizes the non-default selection.
If the verb lexicalizes agentivity, as with murder, then the logical structure contains 'DO', which indicates that the argument must be interpreted as an agent.
The subclause introduced by door ('by') in (8a) is externally proportional to zo/hoe ('how/this way') in (8b), that is, it lexicalizes the rectional paradigm of manner introduced in (2b).