Citation form

Citation form

In linguistics the citation form of a word can mean:

  • its canonical form or lemma: the form of an inflected word given in dictionaries or glossaries, thus also called the dictionary form.
  • its strong form or isolation form: the way it is pronounced when spoken carefully and in isolation.

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