from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to words, as to the vocabulary of a language; consisting of words; lexical.
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The same words in the same form are repeated from generation to generation, so that lexic and grammatic elements have a life that changes very slowly.
The languages are many and greatly diverse in their characteristics, in grammatic as well as in lexic elements.
Many thousand printed vocabularies, embracing numerous larger lexic and grammatic works, have been studied and compared.
A lexic comparison is between vocal elements; a grammatic comparison is between grammatic methods, such, for example, as gender systems.
A higher proportion are "dys-lexic," either learning with difficulty or learning in their own way.