Syntactic vs Anacoluthia - What's the difference?

syntactic | anacoluthia |


As an adjective syntactic

is of, related to or connected with syntax.

As a noun anacoluthia is

(grammar) a syntactic construction in which an element is followed by another that does not agree properly.

syntactic

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Of, related to or connected with syntax.
  • The sentence “I saw he” contains a syntactic mistake.
  • * 2001 , Martin Haspelmath, Language Typology and Language Universals: An International Handbook , page 674:
  • the rules specifying how agglutinative morphemes are combined with each other are more syntactic than morphological by their nature and thus are closer to rules specifying how word-forms are combined with each other.

    Synonyms

    * syntactical

    anacoluthia

    English

    Noun

    (anacoluthias)
  • (grammar) A syntactic construction in which an element is followed by another that does not agree properly