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Hyponymy in the script: Introducing Semantic, SB; the sense relation between terms in a hierarchy.

. Homonym - technical - a word that is spelt the same and sounds the same as another, but is different in meaning or origin. For example, the noun 'bear' and the verb 'bear' are homonyms Semantic adjective, [usually before noun] (linguistics) connected with the meaning of words and sentences: semantic theory / analysis semantically - adverb: example: semantically related words! Entitative Denote - [transitive] formal, 1 to mean something [connote]: What does the word 'curriculum' denote that 'course' does not? 2 to represent or be a sign of something [= indicate]: Crosses on the map denote villages. Denotative adjective; denotation noun [countable]; Deictic: adjective: 1. Logic Directly proving by argument. 2. Linguistics Of or relating to a word, the determination of whose referent is dependent on the context in which it is said or written. In the sentence I want him to come here now, the words I, here, him, and now are deictic because the determination of their referents depends on who says that sentence, and where, when, and of whom it is said. noun: A deictic word, such as I or there. - etymology: Greek deiktikos, from deiktos, able to show directly, from deiknunai, to show. Anaphoric - noun: 1. The deliberate repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of several successive verses, clauses, or paragraphs; for example, We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills (Winston S. Churchill). 2. Linguistics The use of a linguistic unit, such as a pronoun, to refer back to another unit, as the use of her to refer to Anne in the sentence Anne asked Edward to pass her the salt. -etymology: Late Latin, from Greek, from anapherein, to bring back : ana-, ana- + pherein, to carry; Antecedent noun: a word or phrase to which the following word, especially a pronoun, refers; Generic adjective: shared by, including or typical of a whole group of things; not SPECIFIC generically adverb; Converse noun: (the converse) the opposite or REVERSE of a fact or statement converse adjective; could be also a verb; Grade noun, verb: noun: a level of ability or rank that sb has in an organization; verb: ~ sth/sb (by / according to sth) | ~ sth (as sth) to arrange people or things in groups according to their ability, quality, size, etc; Polysemy Polysemous technical: a polysemous word has two or more different meanings Polysemy noun [uncountable];

Homonymy noun [C]; a word that sounds the same or is spelled the same as another word but has a different meaning: 'No' and 'know' are homonyms. 'Bow' (= bend at the waist) and 'bow' (= weapon) are also homonyms. Cognitive adjective: connected with mental processes of understanding; Propositional noun [C]; in grammar, a word which is used before a noun, a noun phrase or a pronoun, connecting it to another word: In the sentences 'We jumped in the lake', and 'She drove slowly down the track', 'in' and 'down' are prepositions. Prepositional - adjective [before noun], a prepositional phrase Sentential Sentient, adjective formal, able to experience physical and possibly emotional feelings: It is hard for a sentient person to understand how any parents could treat their child so badly. Tautology noun: a statement in which you say the same thing twice in different words, when this is unnecessary, for example 'They spoke in turn, one after the other.' tautological, tautologous, adjective Lexeme <grammar> A minimal lexical unit of a language. Lexical analysis converts strings in a language into a list of lexemes. For a programming language these word-like pieces would include keywords, identifiers, literals and punctuation. The lexemes are then passed to the parser for syntactic analysis. Entailed verb: to involve sth that cannot be avoided; Entailment Entail, verb [T] formal - to make something necessary, or to involve something: Such a large investment inevitably entails some risk. [+ ing form of verb] Repairing the roof will entail spending a lot of money. Presupposition noun: something that you believe to be true and use as the beginning of an argument even though it has not been proved; the act of believing it is true; SYN ASSUMPTION Idiom noun: 1 - a group of words whose meaning is different from the meanings of the individual words; 2 - the kind of language and grammar used by particular people at a particular time or place; Errata Erratum, noun: (plural errata) a mistake in a book (shown in a list at the back or front) Dissembled verb: to hide your real feelings or intentions, often by pretending to have different ones Syntactic adjective: connected with syntax syntactically adverb; Evoke verb: to bring a feeling, a memory or an image into your mind evocation, noun;