categorematic

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek κατηγόρημα (katēgórēma, a predicate).

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categorematic (not comparable)

  1. (logic, of a word) Capable of being employed alone as a term.
    The word "man" is categorematic; the word "many" is not.

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