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Record For Natural Language Word "predicate word" In Language English Back to the main English page.

predicate word Meaning #2
"predicate word", in the sense of "excluding pro-bridi".
Entered by Ilmen.
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brivo

Used in 1 definitions.

  • x1 is a predicate word defined as such by its word shape, signifying relation x2 (n-ary property) in language x3

    It acts as a gloss word.

predicate word Meaning #3
"predicate word", in the sense of "including pro-bridi".
Entered by Ilmen.
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selbrivla

Used in 1 definitions.

  • x1 is a lexically defined predicate word (predicate particles included), signifying relation x2 (n-ary property) in language x3

    It acts as a gloss word.

Data Inconsistency

There appears to be both a default meaning for this word, and one or more specialized meanings. This makes little sense, and should be corrected.

"predicate word", in the default sense.
Entered by arj.
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brivla

Used in 3 definitions.

  • v1 is a predicate word signifying relation b2 among arguments b3 in language v3.

    It acts as a gloss word.

  • v1 (word) is a predicate word signifying relation b2 (ka) in language v3.

    It acts as a gloss word.

  • v1 is a morphologically defined predicate word signifying relation b2 in language v3.

    It acts as a gloss word.

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