ling 101 chapter 6

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  1. words or expressions that have the same meaning in some or all contexts
    synonymy
  2. words or phrases that are opposites with respect to some of their meanings
    antonyms
  3. the situation in which a word has two or more meanings
    polysemy
  4. the situation in which a single form has two or more entirely distinct meanings
    homophony
  5. words with the same spelling
    homographs
  6. words that are both homophones and homographs
    homonyms
  7. the result of homophony or polysemy in that single form has two or more meanings either related or not
    lexical ambiguity
  8. two sentences that have the same basic meaning
    paraphrases
  9. the circumstances under which a sentence is true
    truth conditions
  10. a relation between sentences in which the truth of one sentence necessarily implies the truth of another
    entailment
  11. a relationship between sentences wherein the truth of one sentence requires the falsity of another sentence
    contradiction
  12. the set of associations that a word's use can evoke
    connotation
  13. the set of entities to which a word or expression refers
    denotation
  14. the set of entities to which a word or expression refers
    referents
  15. an expressions inherent sense the concepts that it evokes
    intention
  16. the set of entities to which a word or expression refers
    extention
  17. the representation of a words intention in terms of smaller semantic components called features
    semantic decomposition(componential analysis)
  18. concepts that do not have clear cut boundaries that distinguish them from other concepts
    fuzzy concepts
  19. the understanding of one concept in terms of another
    metaphor
  20. the process whereby concepts are encoded in the words of a language
    lexicalization
  21. a class of meanings created by combining semantic elements such as manner and motion or direction and motion
    conflation pattern
  22. a system of morphological contrasts indicating the type of evidence for the truth of a statement
    evidentiality

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