[ reem ]
/ rim /
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Origin of rheme
First recorded in 1890–95, rheme is from the Greek word rhḗma saying, word
Words nearby rheme
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British Dictionary definitions for rheme
/ (riːm) /
linguistics the constituent of a sentence that adds most new information, in addition to what has already been said in the discourse. The rheme is usually, but not always, associated with the subjectCompare theme (def. 5)
Word Origin for rheme
C20: from Greek rhēma that which is said
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