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the entry in a dictionary of information about a word

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An important restriction on the spell-out of nonterminals is the condition that a lexical entry can replace only syntactic structures that include its lowest feature, as defined by the functional sequence (Abels and Muriungi 2008).
The lexicon is already being used by the Proteus Slovenian text-to-speech synthesis system (Zganec Gros, 2006) and for generating audio samples of the SSKJ word list, which are available at the very end of every SSKJ lexical entry description (SSKJ audio, 2006).
On the other hand, the complex word comes from a single lexical entry in Yoruba, but analysed, translated and transferred into Portuguese as two or more lexical entries.
This constituent transfer is selective in that it involves isolating the appropriate component in a lexical entry.
When speaking of "primates," I will have part of one lexical entry in consciousness (and parts of several lexical entries in "rehearsal memory," which may be understood as almost conscious or as circulating through consciousness).
The problem with this is that the frequency of occurrence in the language may differ from the strength of the lexical entry for a particular person; or, worse, the frequency in the language may differ systematically from how often people generally encounter the word.
Then, again in the notation of LFG, the lexical entry for prefix s- is (40): (19)
Thus, the format of a lexical entry or LT consists of two components: a semantic constituent composed of semantic primitives (Wierzbicka 1987, 1996; Goddard--Wierzbicka 2002's Natural Semantic Metalanguage) and/or lexical functions (Mel'cuk 1988, 1989; Mel'cuk--Wanner 1996), together with internal variables which are marked by numerical subscripts, and a semantic-syntactic component encoded by RRG's logical structures (LS).
Each lexical entry begins with a list of occurrences, divided according to the above list of languages and dialects.
The article presents a lexical entry for mal capturing its syntactic and semantic properties within the parallel architecture framework of Jackendoff (1997, 2002).
To provide an example, the word forgetful has a lexical entry of its own, but the entry contains a morphological analysis of the word: (for-(get)-ful).
an alphabetically arranged list in which the verbal roots are given according to their stems and all other words are listed according to their lexical entry.
1, we propose that rather than a single underlying form, the article has two forms in its lexical entry, one of which takes precedence.
on the basis of data from two children, the relevant linguistic terminology is introduced including prosodic and semantic aspects, the mental lexicon, and the lexical entry.
We propose that the affixes -er and -ee have the specific lexical entries in (19)-(20), where each lexical entry now shows not only the features of the semantic skeleton, but also the particular conditions (if any) of its argument, and also the syntactic subcategorizations of each affix (that is, the categories of base each affix attaches to).