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Antonyms for syntagmatic

related as members of a syntagma


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These include the syntagmatic analysis of proper nouns (names of persons and places), the booking of "new" words as recognized in scholarly literature (and not found in the lexica of Brown, Driver, and Briggs or Koehler and Baumgartner) and the marking of them with a prefixed asterisk (especially in the case of homonyms).
We suggest that the syntagmatic relationship of words had an impact on the choice of the pronouns of address.
Lexical tone is fundamentally different, being contrastive in a paradigmatic rather than in a syntagmatic way, as illustrated in Figure 2 by the Papuan language Iau.
The further subdivisions of syntagmatic analysis are all related to other topics.
paradigmatic and syntagmatic information are closely interrelated to the extent that a verb's syntax depends on its location on the semantic space.
In the syntactic classification of subordinating conjunctions elaborated so far, the two syntagmatic (i.
A moment's reflection sets in motion a metonymic process that forges disparate objects into a syntagmatic chain linked to a unified impression of the Mediterranean.
Younger provides syntagmatic analyses of the Assyrian, Hittite, and Hebrew texts: the presence and patterning of syntactic and lexical elements which, properly tabulated and identified, yield the "transmission code.
23) In the homonymic type of pun syntagmatic arrangement can easily be confused with mere repetition.
In all of these areas, the paradigmatic axis is found to generate similarity effects whereas the syntagmatic axis gives rise to both similarity and contrast.
Influenced by the interplay between the syntagmatic and paradigmatic levels of linguistic expression, Jackobson (1960) carried this notion further when he demonstrated how poetry is distinguished by the placing of paradigms on syntagms to achieve periodicity and how periodicity is present in all discourses as a structuring device.
Therefore, because of the importance of time, process, and displacement, (many) transformations in metamorphosis may be syntagmatic or metonymic figures in which two states of being coexist or are somehow contiguous.
His second classification contrasts syntagmatic blends (so-called telescope blends of source words that usually co-occur sequentially like radarange [radar x range]) and associative blends (blends of source words that were [usually semantically] linked in the wordmaker's mind).
The aspiration distinction in Modern Icelandic is particularly instructive in this respect as it brings into focus the syntagmatic nature of phonological regularities, two of which are reviewed below, and the secondary role of paradigmatically determined segments.
Though the novel relays us, in relative coherence, along its syntagmatic chain, suturing us gradually into its "world" and binding that world in the telos of a plot that confers at least moments of mastery and control, we have come a long way from the social density of - for example - a James novel.