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Synonyms for affix

Synonyms for affix

to join one thing to another

to ascribe (a misdeed or an error, for example) to

to add as a supplement or an appendix

Synonyms for affix

a linguistic element added to a word to produce an inflected or derived form

attach to

add to the very end

attach or become attached to a stem word

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These examples indicate that the affix -ino can be added to nouns, adjectives, and adverbs, without altering the category of the base; inflectional affixes do not affect the category of the base either.
Another characteristic of evaluative affixes is that they are external with respect to derivational affixes, but internal with respect to inflectional ones.
The model developed by Taft (2003) and Taft and Nguyen-Hoan (2010) offers a general framework within which we can explain holistic processing of complex words with unproductive affixes and indirect morphological processing of complex words with productive affixes; it also supports an early mandatory morphological parsing stage.
This would depend on the representation and consequent activation that affixes might have and generate.
67 arurdvisadajantasya mum, provides the augment where the final compound element is formed by adding affixes marked with kh after roots.
bar]tuka-affix; once the replacements have been made, the affixes occur as provided afterwards (visayasaptami ceyarh, na parasaptami.
The following are the ten least productive affixes in our corpus according to type frequency:
Probably, the main objection raised against Baayen's approach concerns his free comparison of affixes with very different type and token frequency, which has relevant effects on productivity.
While such a fact may suggest that any derivational marking of location nouns is either not productive or not the primary meaning of the affix, the amount of coverage of derivational morphology in general, and of secondary meanings of affixes is not always thorough enough that we can be sure that absence of mention means absence of such forms.
Specifically, we intend to pay close attention to derivatives with these affixes that seem most deviant--first, those which are not deverbal and second, those which have the unexpected thematic interpretation (i.
Predictably, a combination of such affixes is regulated by different principles, which we will try to identify and model.
It performs orthographic and lexical normalization of text, including removal of grammatical affixes (such as conjunctions, prepositions, and pronouns) that complicate search and retrieval.
The Riata(R) single-coil lead is available in two models: Model 1572, a passive-fixation lead, which affixes within the heart using tines; and Model 1582, an active-fixation lead, which affixes in the heart using an extendable-retractable helix mechanism.
It is a fine optically clear plate that affixes to the bottom of the CD and protects it from scrapes and scratches.
It is a fine optically clear Lexan(TM) plate (bullet proof glass) that affixes to the bottom of the CD and protects it from scrapes and scratches.