Definitions

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  • adjective That cannot be analysed.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ analysable

Examples

  • Reconstructing a protolanguage root that's unanalysable despite an etymology already available with a clear historical source is the kind of sloppy, unacademic nonsense I loathe with a passion.

    Indo-European (*)*ǵalak- 'milk'

  • The assumption that this word must exist from PIE times and must be part of the IE lexicon despite all its absurd problems, its unanalysable form, and the absurd and random fixes proposed is positively cultish.

    Pondering on the phrase 'capite velato'

  • Reconstructing a protolanguage root that's unanalysable despite an etymology already available with a clear historical source is the kind of sloppy, unacademic nonsense I loathe with a passion.

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • I came across this while reopening the case concerning the etymology of Arretium, a town in NE Etruria, which I can confidently say is unanalysable in the Etruscan language, despite Arretium being purportedly founded by the Etruscans themselves... but this is a slightly separate issue.

    Minoans, Greeks, the Po Valley and Arretium

  • While Luwian verb tabar- 'to rule' is attested, he notes that it coincidentally remains unanalysable in Indo-European terms.

    Diktaian Master of Crete?

  • This suggests to me that he wants his primitive signs to be by stipulation unanalysable.

    Model Theory

  • I came across this while reopening the case concerning the etymology of Arretium, a town in NE Etruria, which I can confidently say is unanalysable in the Etruscan language, despite Arretium being purportedly founded by the Etruscans themselves... but this is a slightly separate issue.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • While Luwian verb tabar- 'to rule' is attested, he notes that it coincidentally remains unanalysable in Indo-European terms.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • PIE *septm̥ is grammatically unanalysable in PIE and retains fossilization of Proto-Semitic morphology i.e. the root *sab`-, the feminine *-t- and mimation leading any rational person to the simplest conclusion that Semitic contacts in Pre-IE must have existed.

    Enticed by a drunken thought

  • Central to the definition is a valuation, a function that assigns to every atomic, or unanalysable sentence of the language a value in the set {1, 0}.

    Disjunction

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