Relating to meaning in language or logic
= semantic borrowing.
= semantic network.
A proposed development of the World Wide Web in which data in web pages is structured and tagged in such a way that it can be read directly by computers
Of or relating to a neurolinguistic approach to semantics.
The part of memory that deals with meanings and concepts, and underlies the ability to recall factual information that is not based on past experience; a memory or recollection of this type.
A form of poetry in which certain words (especially those which are hackneyed or overfamiliar) are replaced with their dictionary definitions.
A lexical set of semantically related items, for example verbs of perception
Of or relating to both phonetic and semantic value.
A form of aphasia in which comprehension of grammatical constructions is impaired, but that of single words is relatively intact.
Weakening or alteration of a word's meaning; specifically the loss of a word's semantic force as its syntactic or grammatical role becomes dominant.
An extension of the meaning of a word by analogy with a partly synonymous term in another language; the process by which this occurs.
A graphical representation of a set of words or concepts and their semantic relationships to one another.
A paradox involving semantic notions such as truth and reference, especially self-reference.
A word or phrase regarded as innately understood, but indefinable and not further analysable into smaller components of meaning.
The relationship by which a sentence must be true whenever every member of a given set of sentences is true; logical consequence conceived semantically, as in model theory, rather than syntactically, as in proof theory; (also) a sentence which must be true whenever every member of a given set of sentences is true; contrasted with syntactic consequence.
A technique devised to measure a person's attitude towards something, by asking him or her to rate words from a given list seen as descriptive of it or not; a scale or test for implementing this.
Of or relating to language structure and semantics, or to structural semantics.