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A [[Monosemy Relation]] is a [[Lexical Relation]] between one (written) word and all others in the lexicon.  
 
A [[Monosemy Relation]] is a [[Lexical Relation]] between one (written) word and all others in the lexicon.  
* <B>AKA:</B> [[Monosemy Relation|Monosemy]], [[Monosemous]].
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* <B>AKA:</B> [[Monosemy Relation|Monosemy]], [[Monosemy Relation|Monosemous]].
 
* <B>Context</U>:</B>
 
* <B>Context</U>:</B>
 
** A word is monosemous if it conveys only one meaning.
 
** A word is monosemous if it conveys only one meaning.

Latest revision as of 20:32, 23 December 2019

A Monosemy Relation is a Lexical Relation between one (written) word and all others in the lexicon.



References

2019

1989

  • (Ruhl, 1989) ⇒ Charles Ruhl. (1989). “On monosemy: A study in linguistic semantics". SUNY series in Linguistics. SUNY Press. ISBN: 0-88706-946-0, 0-88706-947-9, 978-0-88706-946-8, 978-0-88706-947-5.
    • NOTES: It reminds that the 'perceived meaning' of a word can vary so greatly from one context to another.
    • NOTES: It suggests that words are better conceived as having a single (mono) meaning, unlike the approach used in a dictionary.