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** word, lexeme, lemma, lexicon, vocabulary, terminology
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** and word
** The French formed the word "< span lang =" fr "> chiffre </ span >" and adopted the Italian word "< span lang =" it "> zero </ span >".
** The English used " zero " for " 0 ", and " cipher " from the word " ciphering " as a means of computing.
** The Serbians use word " cifra ", which refers to any number. Besides " cifra ", they use word " broj ".
** Farce – aims at entertaining the audience by means of unlikely, extravagant, and improbable situations, disguise and mistaken identity, verbal humour of varying degrees of sophistication, which may include word play, and a fast-paced plot whose speed usually increases, culminating in an ending which often involves an elaborate chase scene.
** Jim Morrison and The Doors defy CBS censors on The Ed Sullivan Show, when Morrison sings the word " higher " from their # 1 hit Light My Fire, despite having been asked not to.
** List of periods of regional peace, the word " pax " together with the Latin name of an empire or nation, used to refer to a period of peace or at least stability
** Mate or yerba maté ( yerba: Spanish word for herb ), a South American herb used to make the beverage
** Vowel harmony: the final syllable of a disyllabic word adopts a preceding open ⟨ e ⟩ or ⟨ o ⟩ if the final vowel is an unstressed -⟨ a ⟩ or -⟨ e ⟩; e. g. terra (' earth, land '), dona (' woman ').
** and lexeme
Proto-Celtic is reconstructed as having * werbā-' blister ' in its lexicon and the name may be a suffixed form of this lexeme meaning “ blistered one .” On the other hand, the root of the name may represent a Celtic reflex of the Proto-Indo-European root * wer-bhe-‘ bend, turn ,’ cognate with Modern English warp, followed by the durative suffix *- j-and the feminine suffix *- ā-and so might have meant “ she who is constantly bending and turning .” Another possibility is that the name is a compound of Romano-British reflexes of the Proto-Celtic elements ** Uφer-bej-ā-( upper-strike-F ) “ the upper striker .”
** and lemma
** Zorn's lemma: Every non-empty partially ordered set in which every chain ( i. e. totally ordered subset ) has an upper bound contains at least one maximal element.
** Tukey's lemma: Every non-empty collection of finite character has a maximal element with respect to inclusion.
** and lexicon
** and vocabulary
** Spanish, which has both national and regional linguistic norms, though all varieties are mutually intelligible ( outside of minor vocabulary differences ) and the same orthographic rules are shared throughout ; the related Ladino is considered a separate language.