- n. Plural form of lexeme.
“To avoid this crazy result, my approach analyses all the content words strictly, 'lexemes' on the page and weights them in terms of relevance.”
“Even when that's multiplied by the number of lexemes, I can't help feeling that Esperanto speakers must grow accustomed to rather long conversational silences...”
“When given over, by contrast, to full phonemic viabilitly, soundplay within and across lexemes may instead permanently unsettle a given designation — reassigning it (though undecidably) to an alternate junctural enunciation on the spot.”
“There is no price to be paid in theoretical savvy for noticing this sort of thing, this sorting of the things called lexemes: no sensible skeptic's credential to be surrendered.”
“Etruscan abounds in foreign lexemes of various origins: Doric Greek Atalanta”
“On the other hand, there seems to be a controversy concerning the skeptic's attempt to relate the above lexemes with Assyrian pilaqqu which has been long claimed to mean 'axe' but which, given the new reading of 'spindle', is thereby discredited.”
“The distinction between 'words' and 'lexemes' is critical when you're studying vocabulary.”
“If we count Shakespeare's lexemes, we get less than 20,000.”
“A million words is not the issue; a million lexemes is.”
“But I don't know of any computer algorithm which can identify lexemes efficiently.”
Looking for tweets for lexemes.