morphemics
noun plural but singular in construction Date: 1947 1. a branch of linguistic analysis that consists of the study of morphemes 2. the structure of a language in terms of morphemes

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  • morphemics — mor*phem ics (m[^o]r*f[=e]m [i^]ks), n. (Linguistics) The study of the types and functions of morphemes; morphology[4]. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • morphemics — [môr fē′miks] n. 1. the study of the morphemic systems of languages 2. the description and classification of the morphemes of a specific language …   English World dictionary

  • morphemics — см. морфология …   Пятиязычный словарь лингвистических терминов

  • morphemics — /mawr fee miks/, n. (used with a sing. v.) Ling. 1. the study of the classification, description, and functions of morphemes; morphology. 2. the manner by which morphemes combine to form words. [1945 50; see MORPHEME, ICS] * * * …   Universalium

  • morphemics — noun the study of morphemes, or of the morphemic structure of a language …   Wiktionary

  • morphemics — mÉ”r fɪːmɪks /mɔː f n. (Linguistics) study of morphemes; organization of language according to morphemes …   English contemporary dictionary

  • morphemics — [mɔ: fi:mɪks] plural noun [treated as sing.] Linguistics the study of word structure in terms of morphemes …   English new terms dictionary

  • morphemics — mor·phe·mics …   English syllables

  • morphemics — mor•phe•mics [[t]mɔrˈfi mɪks[/t]] n. (used with a sing. v.) 1) ling. the study of the classification, description, and functions of morphemes; morphology 2) ling. the manner by which morphemes form words • Etymology: 1945–50 …   From formal English to slang

  • morphemics — /mɔˈfimɪks/ (say maw feemiks) noun 1. the study of the morphemic system of language. 2. such a study within the framework of one language. {morphem(e) + ics} …   Australian English dictionary

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