aphasia in which the primary symptom is an inability to recall or recognize the names of objects
What’s The Word For When You Can’t Remember A Word?Is there a word to describe what you meant to say when you just can't remember that word? Well, yes!
What Are Infinitives?An infinitive is the most basic form of a verb. You’ll usually see it with the word to, as in to eat or to think. An infinitive phrase is an infinitive plus complements and modifiers. To eat vegetables daily and to think about a solution are infinitive phrases. While infinitives themselves are verbs, infinitive phrases can be used as nouns, adjectives, or adverbs. Adverbial Infinitives …
- nominal damages,
- nominal par,
- nominal scale,
- nominal sentence,
- nominal value
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[ nŏm′ə-nəl ]
Aphasia that is characterized by the impaired ability to recall the names of persons and things.anomia anomic aphasia
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