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- For S'r, the lexeme is arguably the one that has the basic meaning "to visit, inspect, conduct affairs," or the lexeme "heavy gale, high wind, to drive away, to blow away.
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- From the Scots we have canny, glamour, gloaming, golf, scone, skullduggery, tweed, wee and wraith. Bannock, bog, cairn, crag, galore, hubbub, loch, plaid, shanty are Scottish-Gaelic.
- Daily Lexeme: Mumbudget
- “There was this to be said for him, that you were quite sure he'd never come mumbudgeting to see ye, just as you were in the middle of your work, and put you out with his anxious trouble about you.
- Wörter, die der Sprache ihre Würze geben
- Die Lexeme (Einträge) von Verben sind dort im Infinitiv, in der Grundform, aufgeführt, und die findet sich weder unter "G" noch bei "sungen". Der Infinitiv lautet singen.
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