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Phono-semantic matches, semanticized phonetic matches and phonetic matches[ edit ] The following are examples of simultaneous external and internal lexical expansion using target language lexical items as the basic material for the neologization but still resembling the sound of the lexical item in the source language:  Phono-semantic matching PSM : the target language material is originally similar to the source language lexical item both phonetically and semantically.
Semanticized phonetic matching SPM : the target language material is originally similar to the source language lexical item phonetically, and only in a loose way semantically. Phonetic matching PM : the target language material is originally similar to the source language lexical item phonetically but not semantically. Role of morphology[ edit ] Another mechanism involves generative devices that combine morphemes according to a language's rules.
For example, the suffix "-able" is usually only added to transitive verbs , as in "readable" but not "cryable".
Compounding[ edit ] A compound word is a lexeme composed of several established lexemes, whose semantics is not the sum of that of their constituents. They can be interpreted through analogy , common sense and, most commonly, context.
Usually only the head requires inflection for agreement. Compounding may result in lexemes of unwieldy proportion.
This is compensated by mechanisms that reduce the length of words. A similar phenomenon has been recently shown to feature in social media also where hashtags compound to form longer-sized hashtags that are at times more popular than the individual constituent hashtags forming the compound. This in turn results in the respective success lost phonemes. Once the disjunctions of possible PIE b The GFT comprises all correct sound law prototypes of all IE words have been digitally proposals, perfected if necessary, of two generated it is not complicated to code an centuries of research in IE linguistics.
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Only late, unproblematic sound proposed during the history of Indo-European laws need be added when appearing in the new linguistics and to mechanically identify all data to be published in PIE Lexicon.
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Finite with a data example, see Pyysalo If a marriage is annulled, it is as if the marriage never occurred. Answer A response to an allegation or an application. Appeal A request made to a higher court, tribunal or authority for the review of a decision. Appeal Period The time limit within which one can appeal.
Appearance Notice A document that requires people to appear in court to answer charges against them in a criminal case. Appellant The party bringing an appeal. Applicant A person who makes or starts an application.
Application The commencement of a proceeding in a court by way of filing the appropriate court form. A request made to the court.
Apprehend To take or seize. In child protection cases, to remove a child from his or her parents or the person having care of the child and take him or her to a place of safety. Child protection workers and police have the authority to do this. Arbitration see Alternative Dispute Resolution Arbitrator A neutral third party, selected by the parties to a dispute, who makes a decision on an issue in dispute.
Arraignment The initial step in a criminal proceeding to confirm the identity of the accused, formally read the charges, and ask how the accused pleads.
Arrears Money that is owed to a party under a court order or agreement, but has not been paid.