1981 OntheNotionsOfLexRelatedAndHeadOfAWord

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Subject Headings: Lexical Relation, Word Root.

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In writings on morphology (e.g. Aronoff, M., 1976, "Word Formation in Generative Grammar", MIT Press, Cambridge or Selkirk (forthcoming)) there is an implicit use of the notion “lexically related”. Although there is no explicit definition of this term, its components are clear: two lexical items are related if they share some morphemes, and if they share some element of meaning.

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 AuthorvolumeDate ValuetitletypejournaltitleUrldoinoteyear
1981 OntheNotionsOfLexRelatedAndHeadOfAWordEdwin WilliamsOn the NotionsLinguistic Inquiryhttp://www.jstor.org/pss/41782181981