Relformaide Dictionary:Roots/sed

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sed- (Core Base rootCategory:Roots) (Free morpheme)
Meaning: but, rather, however, yet, though, nonetheless, nevertheless, despite, in spite
(Gloss: but, rather, however, though)
Etymology: From Latin sed.

Morpheme length: 3 (D E S)des des Category:Isogram morphemes Category:Zyxarian morphemesMorpheme count: 1
Letter pattern: CVC • IPA: /sɛd/sɛdSyllables: 1 (sed)

Default word class: Conjunction

Mutated forms (2a)

Before -e termison: sèd • Before inz: séd • Before all other morphemes: sed

Lexeme
Adverb
Forms Nominal Comparative Superlative
Positive sedu
Negative
Conjunction sed
Morpheme family
Usage notes

The English but also means "except" (moin) and "merely"/"only" (seul).

See also nend (and), aseb (with), and ẽrgim (so/therefore).

Added on: 2016-12-21, 02:02View semantic data
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