infix


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Synonyms for infix

to implant so deeply as to make change nearly impossible

Synonyms for infix

an affix that is inserted inside the word

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attach a morpheme into a stem word

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So, by reading T' in infix order we obtain a word [psi](w) in s [bar.
2 Analyze each one of the internal elements obtained in the infix traversing.
Flanders uses diddly as an infix in words like mur-diddly-urder, de-diddly-lighted, scrum-diddly-umptious, in-diddly-different, and dil-diddly-emma, as well as in sentences like What can I ding dong diddly do for you?
Spinal Concepts InFix system utilizes the normal structure of the vertebral endplates for biomechanical stability.
Quite a user friendly software, the Infix PDF editor will edit practically anything from text, font sizes, images and also keeps the text tidy as paragraphs and columns are reflowed automatically.
according to whether k is the left child of k + 1 in the unique standard binary search tree of shape T (equivalently if the k-th vertex in the infix reading of T has no right child), in which case T' is obtained from T by contracting this edge, the result being 0 otherwise.
affix in morphology, which includes prefix, suffix and sometimes infix, too.
Note the preterite Gt istalu after the perfect iptahru, which shows that a perfect Gt, a form with doubled infix -to-, cannot be formed (Streck 2003: 15 no.
A dramatic instance of this occurs in Koasati (Kimball 1991: 325; data cited from Yu 2007), in which the punctual infix -o:-, which precedes the stem-final syllable, is supplied with an onset which is a copy of the first consonant in the stem--not of the closest onset consonant.
In many of the apparent exceptions, when mu- is used to express low transitivity events, it frequently occurs with the dative infix -ra- (for second person) or -na- (for third person), which Woods explains as instances in which the agent's nearness to recipients that are first, second, or third person--the pronouns that are the highest on Silverstein's Animacy Hierarchy--increases the transitivity of the form.
InFix is the only anterior lumbar spacer available that is assembled in the patient during the surgical procedure, enabling the surgeon to closely restore the patient's anatomy and provide stability to the lower spine for improved patient outcomes.
kar-/k(i)- "do," with the present stem without the nasal infix, an outstanding NW characteristic.
A few modern Arabic dialects also use a suffix or infix *li for forms of the plural near demonstrative.
The four honorific categories exhibited in (2) are as follows: the deferential honorific title -nim (Sohn 1994: 289), the honorific lexical item for 'house,' tayk, the verbal infix -si-, and finally, the deferential verbal suffix -(s) upnita.
An example of a true infix would be the -n- in Sanskrit vindati 'he/she knows' interrupting the root vid-.