Diforc'hioù etre adstummoù "Gwrizienn (yezhoniezh)"

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Er [[yezhoniezh]] e vez implijet an termen '''trogergwrizienn ''' ([[Saozneg|saoz]]: [[:en:CircumfixRoot (linguistics)|''circumfixroot'']]) evit komz eus ur [[Morfemenn stag|vorfemenn stagelfenn]] daou damm anezhi implijet evel [[kengerPenn (yezhoniezh)|bennañ]] lakaetur ager. bepN'ahll tuket d'ur [[morfemenn|vorfemenn]]wriziennbezañ [[Pennisrannet (yezhoniezh)|bennañ]],e anvettammoù arbihanoc'h [[Gwriziennhag (yezhoniezh)|wrizienn]],enni dae skouerkaver an anvioù-gwan-verbdarn rezihvrasañ eneus an danvez [[alamanegSemantik|semantikel]], da skouer:
 
The '''root''' is the primary [[lexicology | lexical]] unit of a [[word]], which carries the most significant aspects of [[semantics | semantic]] content and cannot be reduced into smaller constituents. [[Content word]]s in nearly all [[language]]s contain, and may consist only of, root [[morpheme]]s. However, sometimes the term "root" is also used to describe the word minus its [[inflection]]al endings, but with its lexical endings in place. For example, ''chatters'' has the inflectional root or [[lemma (linguistics) | lemma]] ''chatter'', but the lexical root ''chat''. Inflectional roots are often called [[stem (linguistics) | stems]], and a root in the stricter sense may be thought of as a monomorphemic stem.
 
Roots can be either [[free morpheme]]s or [[bound morpheme]]s. Root morphemes are essential for [[affixation]] and [[compound (linguistics) | compound]]s.
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