- n. linguistics A bound morpheme within a complex word which is a fossil and whose meaning is opaque to the present speakers of the language. May refer narrowly to morphemes which occur in a single word, or more broadly to fossilized morphemes generally.
- From the cran- of cranberry as an archetype. cran- is from Kraan ("crane"), but is now a bound morpheme, hence an example of a cranberry morpheme. (Wiktionary)
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