Origin of syntactic
Related Words for syntacticlinguistic, semantic, acceptable, allowable, correct, morphological, phonological, syntactic
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Historical Examples of syntactic
They are haunted by verbs, noun-substantives, roots, and syntactic passages.Dickens and His Illustrators
Frederic G. Kitton
Only at that moment did language gain a semantic and syntactic dimension (as we call them in today's terminology).
Henceforth, the new design no longer takes place at a syntactic or a semantic level, but is pragmatically driven.
Language use seems so natural that its syntactic and value-loaded conventions are not questioned.
But stress has done more than articulate or unify sequences that in their own right imply a syntactic relation.Language
1807, from Modern Latin syntacticus, from Greek syntaktikos, from syntassein (see syntax).