Translation for 'morpheme' from English to Russian
NOUN   a morpheme | morphemes
морфема {ж}
1 translation
To translate another word just start typing!

Translation for 'morpheme' from English to Russian

морфема {ж}линг.
Usage Examples English
  • ମଣିଷପଣ is a complex morpheme while ଇଆ is a bound morpheme.
  • When two morphemes both with a primary stress in each morpheme are concatenated together, the first primary stress in the leftmost morpheme becomes a secondary stress (while the rightmost morpheme retains the primary stress).
  • Nasalization in Nukak language is a prosodic property of the morpheme that affects all segments within each morpheme except voiceless stops.
  • "Reciprocal inflection" holds the specific morpheme ‘yo-’, which similar to the morpheme for reflexive inflection combines with the subject of a sentence, specifically in third person or plural morphemes.
  • In Akan, tones at morpheme boundaries assimilate to each other through tone sandhi, the first tone of the second morpheme changing to match the final tone of the first morpheme.

  • Determining word lists rely on morpheme decay or change in vocabulary.
  • Two adjacent vowels fused to form a new vowel when a consonant was lost within a morpheme, or a compound was lexicalized as a single morpheme.
  • In linguistic morphology a cranberry morpheme (also called unique morpheme or fossilized term) is a type of bound morpheme that cannot be assigned an "independent" meaning and grammatical function, but nonetheless serves to distinguish one word from another.
  • These orders are the orders in which the tense morpheme is closer to the root than the aspect morpheme.
  • The isolation form of a morpheme is the form in which that morpheme appears in isolation (when it is not subject to the effects of any other morpheme).

  • In morpheme-based morphology, the term null allomorph or zero allomorph is sometimes used to refer to some kind of null morpheme for which there are also contexts in which the underlying morpheme is manifested in the surface structure.
  • Every regular verb has three stems: the imperfective (ending in the morpheme "-a"), the perfective (ending in the morpheme "-:ye", which may trigger a variety of morphophonological changes in the preceding segment) and the subjunctive (ending in the morpheme "-e").
  • A zero-morpheme is a type of morpheme that carries semantic meaning but is not represented by auditory phoneme.
  • In linguistics, a bound morpheme is a morpheme (the elementary unit of morphosyntax) that can appear only as part of a larger expression; a free morpheme (or unbound morpheme) is one that can stand alone.
© Russian-English dictionary 2024
Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
Links to this dictionary or to individual translations are very welcome!