-eme

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See also: eme, ɛme, -ème, and ëmë

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Etymology[edit]

Extracted from phoneme, from Ancient Greek φώνημα(phṓnēma, sound), from φωνέω(phōnéō, to sound), from φωνή(phōnḗ, sound).

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-eme

  1. Indicating a fundamental unit in some kind of structure, chiefly linguistic structure.

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