syntaxis

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From late Latin syntaxis, from Ancient Greek σύνταξις (suntaksis).

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syntaxis (uncountable)

  1. (obsolete, grammar) Syntax.
  2. (geology) A convergence of mountain ranges, or geological folds, towards a single point.
  3. "The melting and assimilation of the country rock" [The Penguin Dictionary of Geology, D.G.A. Whitten and J.R.V. Brooks]
  4. (crystallography) Syntaxy.

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syntaxis f (uncountable)

  1. syntax