Glossary of Linguistic Terms

Lexical Relation With A Tree Structure

Lexical Relation With A Tree Structure

A lexical relation with a tree structure is a pattern of association that is characterized by a set of lexical units which both have an inclusion relationship with and are dominated by one lexical unit. These sets may form a taxonomy or a meronymy.

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Generic-specific

  • animal
    • horse
      • appaloosa
      • arabian
      • Tennessee walker
    • dog
    • cow

Whole-part

  • arm
    • elbow
    • forearm
    • wrist

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Date of creation
05-Ago-2021
Accepted term
05-Ago-2021
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