infix definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to repair within the mind; instill.
    • Linguistics To place (a morphological factor) to the human body of a word.
    • to create; to fasten or fix by piercing or thrusting in.
    • To implant or fix; to instill; to inculcate, as maxims, ideas, or directions.
  • noun:
    • Linguistics An inflectional or derivational factor appearing within the body of a word. For example, in Tagalog, the energetic verb sulat "write” are converted to a passive, "written,” by inserting the infix -in-, producing sinulat.
    • A morpheme placed inside a current term, particularly -i- and -o- in English. This adds extra definition or alters the meaning of this morpheme its inserted into.
    • anything infixed.
    • a feature this is certainly placed to the human body of an elemt which it threby modifies, as a letter within a word.
    • Something infixed; in grammar, an element having the value of a suffix or a prefix, but placed in the human body of a word, as practised in a few languages.
    • an affix which placed inside term
  • verb:
    • To instill.
    • To place a morpheme inside an existing word.
    • put or introduce into something
    • attach a morpheme into a stem term
  • others:
    • to repair or fasten in; place forcibly; implant firmly: as. to infix a dart; to infix facts when you look at the memory.
    • To insert in addition or accessorily. See infix, n.

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