Syntagmatic Relationship

Thursday, January 24th, 2013 @ 6:43AM

A syntactic or proximate relationship between linguistic items. Unlike a paradigmatic relationship where two items are placed in the same syntactic location, items in a syntagmatic relationship often occur adjacently or within some near syntactic domain. (Ex. Determiners are in a syntagmatic relationship with nouns and vice-versa.) (morphology)

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