Lexeme vs Blackfoot - What's the difference?
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
(linguistics) Roughly, the set of inflected forms taken by a single word, such as the lexeme RUN including as members "run" (lemma), "running" (inflected form), or "ran", and excluding "runner" (derived term).
(computing) an individual instance of a continuous character sequence without spaces, used in lexical analysis (see token)
* (term), (term), (term) and (term) are variations of the English lexeme (run); whereas (term) and (term) aren’t: they are forms of the lexeme (runner).
* Both contain the morpheme (term), which is a root form referring to “skin”. This is not a lexeme, though.
A Native American confederacy of several tribes.
The Algonquian language of these people.
A member of this confederacy.