human-language structured-concept-Mcs
(lagHmn)

McsHitp-creation: {2019-07-28}

overview of lagHmn

description::
· human-language is a-common (= standard) mapping-method of brain-views[a] to sensorial-entities (gestural, oral, textual, tactile), the-lingo-views, in order to communicate them[a].

name::
* Mcs.filMcsLhmn.last.html!⇒lagHmn,
* Mcs.dirLag/filMcsLhmn.last.html!⇒lagHmn,
* Mcs.human-language!⇒lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn'(human-language)!⇒lagHmn,
* Mcs.langoHuman!⇒lagHmn,
* Mcs.language.human!⇒lagHmn,

input1-(brain-view) of lagHmn

description::
· humans create a-model[a] (= a-brain-worldview) of their environment inside their brain, comprised of concepts.
· brain-view is any structure of it[a] a-first-person communicates.

name::
* Mcs.brain-view--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-brain-view,
* Mcs.lagHmn'brain-view!⇒lagHmn-brain-view,
* Mcs.lagHmn'input1!⇒lagHmn-brain-view,
* Mcs.lagHmn-brain-view,

domain of lagHmn

description::
· domain of lagHmn is the-set of all brain-views it maps.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'domain,

input2-(sensorial--brain-view) of lagHmn

description::
· a-brain-view[a] is a-brain construct, we usually call it mental-entity, and we do-not-know yet how exactly it is-formed.
· but we can-make a-sensorial model of it[a], comprised of sensorial concepts.
· in this site, these sensorial concepts I call structured-concepts-Mcs and the-sensorial brain-view, Mcs-view[b].
· this[b] sensorial view is the-input of language-mapping-method and anybody can-see.
· also this[b] sensorial view is what anyone can-get if they decode correctly the-lingo-view.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'input2!⇒lagHmn-sensorial--brain-view,
* Mcs.lagHmn'sensorial--brain-view!⇒lagHmn-sensorial--brain-view,
* Mcs.lagHmn-sensorial--brain-view,
* Mcs.sensorial-brain-view--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-sensorial--brain-view,

input3-(semasio-view) of lagHmn

description::
· a-language in order to map a-brain-view[a] to a-lingo-view, first INTERPRETS it[a] in whole-part-tree-structure, the-semasio-view, that can-be-mapped to lingo-view more easily.
· the-main units of this structure are semasio-sentences, process-or-relations in time of entities.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'input3!⇒lagHmn-semasio,
* Mcs.lagHmn'semasio-view!⇒lagHmn-semasio,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio,
* Mcs.semasio!⇒lagHmn-semasio,
* Mcs.semasio-view--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio,
* Mcs.sms-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio,

structure of semasio of lagHmn

description::
· the-structure[a] of a-semasio-view is a-whole-part-tree of nodes and it[a] is very different from the-structure of the-mapped brain-view.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio'structure,

semasio-info of lagHmn

description::
· meaning of lagHmn is any entity of semasio-view.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'semasio-info!⇒lagHmn-meaning,
* Mcs.meaning-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-meaning,
* Mcs.semasio-info--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-meaning,

semasio-node of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-node of lagHmn is any identifiable part of semasio-view.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio'node!⇒lagHmn-semasio-node,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-node,
* Mcs.semasio-node--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio-node,

specific::
* semasio-concept,
* semasio-verb-argument,
* semasio-sentence,
* semasio-section,
* semasio-root,

semasio-concept of lagHmn

description::
· a-concept[a] as integrated-sensations has many attributes.
· humans in order to communicate them[a] describe SOME of its attributes.
· for example a-process-or-relation is-described with its time attribute or not.
· thus a-language creates its own "concepts", the-semasio-concepts.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-node.concept!⇒lagHmn-semasio-concept,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-concept,
* Mcs.language's-concept--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio-concept,
* Mcs.lango-concept--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio-concept,
* Mcs.semasio-concept--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio-concept,

name.Greek::
* McsEll.γλωσσική-έννοια,
* McsEll.σημασίας-έννοια,

sms-attribute of semasio-concept of lagHmn

description::
· a-concept has many attributes[a].
· but a-semasio-concept can-not-have many attributes for communication reasons.
· every language denotes some of them[a] and languages differ in the-attributes of a-concept they denote.
· also some languages add attributes to semasio-concepts that concepts do-not-have.
· the main example on this is "the-grammatical-gender".
· the same example also proves that lingo-views denote semasio-concepts and NOT concepts.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-attribute,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-concept'attribute,
* Mcs.semasio-attribute--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.sms-attribute--of-lagHmn,

sms-att.individual of semasio-concept of lagHmn

description::
· individual-semasio-attribute is a-semasio-attribute WITHOUT specifics.
· example: singular, plural are individual-semasio-attributes of the-individualNo-semasio-attribute 'number'.

name::
* Mcs.individual-semasio-attribute-of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-attribute.individual,
* Mcs.semasio-attribute-value--of-lagHmn,

sms-att.individualNo of semasio-concept of lagHmn

description::
· individualNo-semasio-attribute is a-semasio-attribute WITH specifics.
· example: singular, plural are individual-semasio-attributes of the-individualNo-semasio-attribute 'number'.

name::
* Mcs.generic-semasio-attribute-of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.individualNo-semasio-attribute-of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-attribute.individualNo,

mapping-unit (link) of semasio-concept of lagHmn

semasio-concept.SPECIFIC of lagHmn

description::
=== on concept and att mapping:
* semasio-noun,
* semasio-verb,
* semasio-conjunction,
=== individualness of att:
* individual--semasio-concept,
* individualNo--semasio-concept,

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-concept.specific,

semasio-concept.individual of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-individual-concept is a-semasio-concept with individual semasio-attributes.

name::
* Mcs.individual-semasio-concept--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-concept.individual,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-individual-concept,
* Mcs.semasio-individual-concept--of-lagHmn,

semasio-concept.individualNo of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-individualNo-concept is a-semasio-concept with generic semasio-attributes, ie semasio-attributes with specifics-(values).

name::
* Mcs.generic-semasio-concept--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.individualNo-semasio-concept--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-concept.generic,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-generic-concept,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-individualNo-concept,
* Mcs.semasio-generic-concept--of-lagHmn,

semasio-concept.noun of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-noun of lagHmn is a-semasio-concept that denotes any ENTITY timelessly, PLUS some other semasio-attributes that are language dependent.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-concept.noun!⇒nounSmsHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-noun!⇒nounSmsHmn,
* Mcs.!⇒nounSmsHmn,
* Mcs.semasio-noun--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio-noun,

nounSmsHmn.SPECIFIC of lagHmn

description::
=== specific-division on sms-att:
* special--semasio-noun,
* specialNo--semasio-noun,
=== specific-division on sms-conjunction:
* attributive--semasio-noun,
* attributiveNo--semasio-noun,

name::
* Mcs.nounSmsHmn.specific,

nounSmsHmn.special of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-special-noun is a-semasio-noun that has special semasio-attributes from the-rest and it is-mapped differently than the-majority of semasio-nouns and it is language dependent.

name::
* Mcs.nounSmsHmn.ordinaryNo,
* Mcs.nounSmsHmn.special,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-special-noun,
* Mcs.semasio-pronoun--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.semasio-special-noun--of-lagHmn,

nounSmsHmn.specialNo of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-specialNo-noun is a-non semasio-special-noun:
* attributive--semasio-specialNo-noun,
* typical--semasio-specialNo-noun,

name::
* Mcs.nounSmsHmn.ordinary!⇒lagHmn-semasio-specialNo-noun,
* Mcs.nounSmsHmn.specialNo!⇒lagHmn-semasio-specialNo-noun,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-specialNo-noun,

specialNo-noun.attributive of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-attributive-specialNo-noun is a-semasio-noun that denotes an entity, timelessly, as attribute of another.
· English express its "comparativeness" (fast, faster, fastest).
· Greek express and its gender and number.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-attributive-ordinary-noun,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-attributive-specialNo-noun,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-ordinary-noun.attributive,

specialNo-noun.attributiveNo of lagHmn

description::
· attributiveNo-specialNo-noun is the-semasio-noun ubiquitous to all entities.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-attributiveNo-ordinary-noun,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-attributiveNo-specialNo-noun,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-main-ordinary-noun,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-specialNo-noun.attributiveNo,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-typical-noun,

nounSmsHmn.attributive of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-attributive-noun is a-semasio-noun that denotes an entity, timelessly, as attribute of another.

name::
* Mcs.nounSmsHmn.attributive,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-attributive-noun,

sms-att-noun.SPECIFIC of lagHmn

description::
* semasio-attributive-noun.special,
* semasio-attributive-noun.specialNo,
===
* semasio-adjective,
* semasio-adjverb,
===
* case-noun,

name::
* Mcs.semasio-attributive-noun.specific,

sms-att-noun.adjective of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-adjective of lagHmn is a-semasio-attributive-noun that has an-attribute relation with another semasio-noun.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-adjective,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-attributive-noun.adjective!⇒lagHmn-semasio-adjective,
* Mcs.semasio-adjective--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio-adjective,

sms-att-noun.adverb of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-adverb[a] of lagHmn is a-semasio-attributive-noun that has an-attribute relation with a-semasio-verb, ie it[a] is a-sms-verb-argument.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-adverb,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-attributive-noun.adverb!⇒lagHmn-semasio-adverb,
* Mcs.semasio-adverb--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio-adverb,

sms-att-noun.case of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-case of lagHmn is a-semasio-attributive-noun that denotes specific attribute-relations with other semasio-nodes.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-case,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-attributive-noun.case!⇒lagHmn-semasio-case,
* Mcs.semasio-case--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio-case,

nounSmsHmn.attributiveNo of lagHmn

description::
· attributiveNo-noun is a-semasio-noun NOT an-attribute of another entity.

name::
* Mcs.nounSmsHmn.attributiveNo,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-attributiveNo-noun,

specific::
* semasio-attributiveNo-noun.special,
* semasio-attributiveNo-noun.specialNo,

semasio-concept.verb of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-verb of lagHmn is a-semasio-concept that denotes a-PROCESS-OR-RELATION in time (describes and the-time it happens) of an-ENTITY that has|does this process-or-relation.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-concept.verb!⇒verbSmsHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-verb!⇒verbSmsHmn,
* Mcs.semasio-verb--of-lagHmn!⇒verbSmsHmn,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn,

sms-attribute of verbSmsHmn

description::
· the-full semasio-attributes of a-semasio-verb is language dependent.
· the-English-language has these semasio-attributes with these values:
1) MOOD: realis (fact), imperative (command), subjunctive (else).
2) TEMPO: past, present, future.
3) INSTANTNESS: instant, interval.
4) DIRECTION: active, passive.
5) PERFECTIVENESS: imperfect (not completed process-or-relation), perfect (completed process-or-relation).
6) INTERROGATION: noninterrogative, interrogative.
7) AFFIRMATION: affirmative, negative.
8) NUMBER: singular, plural.
9) PERSON: first, second, third.
· every individual semasio-verb has one value for EVERY attribute, not just for some of them.

name::
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn'sms-attribute!⇒verbSmsHmn-att,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att,

sms-att.1-mood of verbSmsHmn

description::
· mood of lagHmn-semasio-verb[a] is its[a] sms-attribute that denotes the-first-persons attitude toward the-process-or-relation (e.g. fact, desire, command, etc.).
* realis-(fact),
* realisNo-(factNo),

name::
* Mcs.grammatical-mood!⇒lagHmn-semasio-mood,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-mood,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.1-mood!⇒lagHmn-semasio-mood,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.mood-1!⇒lagHmn-semasio-mood,
* Mcs.mood-semasio-verb-att--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio-mood,

specific::
* realis|real (fact),
* realisNo|realN (factNo),
===
* conditional,
* imperative (command|request),
* subjunctive (else),

sms-mood.realis of verbSmsHmn

description::
"A realis mood (abbreviated real) is a grammatical mood which is used principally to indicate that something is a statement of fact; in other words, to express what the speaker considers to be a known state of affairs, as in declarative sentences. Most languages have a single realis mood called the indicative mood, although some languages have additional realis moods, for example to express different levels of certainty. By contrast, an irrealis mood is used to express something that is not known to be the case in reality."
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Realis_mood {2019-08-14}]

name::
* Mcs.realis-semasio-mood--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-mood.realis,

sms-mood.imperative of verbSmsHmn

description::
· imperative-sms-mood of lagHmn is the-semasio-mood that denotes command or request of the-first-person.

name::
* Mcs.imperative-semasio-mood--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-mood.imperative,

sms-mood.conditional of verbSmsHmn

description::
"The conditional mood (abbreviated cond) is a grammatical mood used in conditional sentences to express a proposition whose validity is dependent on some condition, possibly counterfactual."
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conditional_mood {2019-08-14}]

name::
* Mcs.conditional-semasio-mood--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-mood.conditional,

sms-att.2-tense of verbSmsHmn

description::
· tense of lagHmn-semasio-verb[a] is its[a] sms-attribute that denotes the-time of the-process-or-relation relative to the-time of encoding.
===
"In grammar, tense is a category that expresses time reference with reference to the moment of speaking.[1][2] Tenses are usually manifested by the use of specific forms of verbs, particularly in their conjugation patterns."
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grammatical_tense {2019-08-13}]
* past,
* present|prst,
* future|futr,

name::
* Mcs.grammatical-tense!⇒verbSmsHmn-tense,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.2-tempo!⇒verbSmsHmn-tense,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.tempo-2!⇒verbSmsHmn-tense,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-tense,
* Mcs.tempo-semasio-verb-att--of-lagHmn!⇒verbSmsHmn-tense,

tense.past of verbSmsHmn

description::
· past-tense of verbSmsHmn is the-tense that is BEFORE the-time of encoding.

name::
* Mcs.past-tense--of-verbSmsHmn,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-tense.past,

tense.present of verbSmsHmn

description::
· present-tense of verbSmsHmn is the-tense that is at the-SAME time of encoding.

name::
* Mcs.present-tense--of-verbSmsHmn,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-tense.present,

tense.future of verbSmsHmn

description::
· future-tense of verbSmsHmn is the-tense that is AFTER the-time of encoding.

name::
* Mcs.future-tense--of-verbSmsHmn,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-tense.future,

sms-att.3-instantness of verbSmsHmn

description::
· instantness of lagHmn-semasio-verb[a] is its[a] sms-attribute that denotes if the-time of the-process-or-relation is interval or not.
* instant|ins,
* instantNo|insN|interval,

name::
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.3-instantness,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.instantness-3,
* Mcs.instantness-semasio-verb-att--of-lagHmn,

sms-att.4-direction of verbSmsHmn

description::
· direction of lagHmn-semasio-verb[a] is its[a] sms-attribute that denotes the-direction of the-process-or-relation from or towards the-sms-subject.
* active-direction|act,
* activeNo|actN|passive-direction,
===
"In grammar, the voice of a verb describes the relationship between the action (or state) that the verb expresses and the participants identified by its arguments (subject, object, etc.). When the subject is the agent or doer of the action, the verb is in the active voice. When the subject is the patient, target or undergoer of the action, the verb is said to be in the passive voice. Voice is sometimes called diathesis.[1]"
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voice_(grammar) {2019-08-16}]

name::
* Mcs.direction-semasio-verb-att--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.grammatical-voice--of-lagHmn, [litterature]
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.3-direction,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.direction-3,

sms-att.5-perfectiveness of verbSmsHmn

description::
· perfectiveness of lagHmn-semasio-verb[a] is its[a] sms-attribute that denotes if the-process-or-relation is-completed or not at the-time of lingo-view creation.
* perfective|prf,
* perfectiveNo|prfN|imperfective,

name::
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.5-perfectiveness,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.perfectiveness-5,
* Mcs.perfectiveness-semasio-verb-att--of-lagHmn,

sms-att.6-interrogation of verbSmsHmn

description::
· interrogation of lagHmn-semasio-verb[a] is its[a] sms-attribute that denotes if the-encoder asks a-question or not about the-process-or-relation denoted:
* interrogative|irg,
* interrogativeNo|irgN,

name::
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.6-interrogation,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.interrogation-6,
* Mcs.interrogation-semasio-verb-att--of-lagHmn,

sms-att.7-affirmation of verbSmsHmn

description::
· affirmation of lagHmn-semasio-verb[a] is its[a] sms-attribute that denotes the-encoder's negation or not attitude for the-process-or-relation denoted.
* affirmative,
* affirmativeNo|negative,

name::
* Mcs.affirmation-semasio-verb-att--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.3-affirmation,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.affirmation-3,

sms-att.8-number of verbSmsHmn

description::
· number of lagHmn-semasio-verb[a] is its[a] sms-attribute that denotes if its[a] semasio-subject is one or not.
"In linguistics, grammatical number is a grammatical category of nouns, pronouns, adjectives, and verb agreement that expresses count distinctions (such as "one", "two", or "three or more")"
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grammatical_number {2019-08-13}]
* numberOne|singular-number,
* numberOneNo|plural-number,

name::
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.8-number,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.number-8,
* Mcs.number-semasio-verb-att--of-lagHmn,

sms-att.9-person (link) of verbSmsHmn

verb (link) of verbSmsHmn

semasio-concept.conjunction of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-conjunction of lagHmn is a-semasio-concept that denotes a-RELATION timelessly.

name::
* Mcs.conjSmsHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-concept.conjunction!⇒conjSmsHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-conjunction!⇒conjSmsHmn,
* Mcs.semasio-conjunction--of-lagHmn!⇒conjSmsHmn,

conjSmsHmn.SPECIFIC

description::
* sms-noun--conjSmsHmn,
* sms-verb--conjSmsHmn,
* sms-sentence--conjSmsHmn,

name::
* Mcs.conjSmsHmn.specific,

conjSmsHmn.sms-verb

description::
· conjSmsVrbHmn is a-sms-conj between a-sms-verb and a-sms-verb-argument.

name::
* Mcs.conjSmsHmn.sms-verb!⇒conjSmsVrbHmn,
* Mcs.conjSmsVrbHmn,
* Mcs.sms-verb--conjSmsHmn!⇒conjSmsVrbHmn,

conjSmsVrbHmn.subject

description::
· sms-subject--sms-conjunction of lagHmn is a-sms-conj between a-sms-verb and a-sms-subject.

name::
* Mcs.conjSmsVrbHmn.subject,
* Mcs.sms-subject--sms-conjunction,

conjSmsVrbHmn.object

description::
· sms-object--sms-conjunction of lagHmn is a-sms-conj between a-sms-verb and a-sms-object.

name::
* Mcs.conjSmsVrbHmn.object,
* Mcs.sms-object--sms-conjunction,

semasio-sentence of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-sentence of lagHmn is a-semasio-node that denotes a-process-or-relation in time of an-entity.
· a-semasio-sentence is the-main unit of a-semasio-view.
· thus, all semasio-sentences have a-semasio-verb.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-node.sentence!⇒lagHmn-semasio-sentence,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-sentence,
* Mcs.semasio-proposition--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio-sentence,
* Mcs.semasio-sentence--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio-sentence,
* Mcs.semasio-statement--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio-sentence,

part of semasio-sentence of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-verb,
· semasio-verb-conjunction,
· semasio-verb-argument,

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-sentence'part,

semasio-verb-argument of semasio-sentence of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-verb-argument of lagHmn is a-semasio-node related to a-semasio-verb.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-node.semasio-verb-argument!⇒verbSmsHmn-argument,
* Mcs.semasio-verb-argument!⇒verbSmsHmn-argument,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-argument,

part::
* semasio-noun-phrase,

specific::
* semasio-subject,
* semasio-object,
* semasio-indirect-object,

semasio-subject of semasio-sentence of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-subject of lagHmn is a-semasio-verb-argument that represents the-entity of a-semasio-verb.
· languages does-NOT-use ALWAYS the-same argument of a-process-or-relation as semasio-subject.

name::
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-argument.subject!⇒lagHmn-semasio-subject,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-subject,
* Mcs.semasio-subject--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio-subject,

semasio-object of semasio-sentence of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-object of lagHmn is a-semasio-verb-argument that represents the-entity of a-semasio-verb[a] that is-corelated with its[a] semasio-subject.
· the-semasio-object, like the-semasio-subject, is language dependent.

name::
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-argument.object!⇒lagHmn-semasio-object,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-object,
* Mcs.semasio-object--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio-object,

semasio-indirect-object of semasio-sentence of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-indirect-object of lagHmn is a-semasio-verb-argument that represents the-entity of a-semasio-verb that usually RECEIVES the-semasio-object.

name::
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-argument.indirect-object!⇒lagHmn-semasio-indirect-object,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-indirect-object,
* Mcs.semasio-indirect-object--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio-indirect-object,

semasio-noun-phrase of semasio-sentence of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-noun-phrase of lagHmn is a-semasio-node comprised of a-semasio-noun a-semasio-conjunction and another semasio-node.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'semasio-noun-phrase,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-node.noun-phrase,
* Mcs.semasio-noun-phrase--of-lagHmn,

semasio-section of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-section is a-semasio-node that is a-whole-part-structure of semasio-sentences.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-node.section!⇒lagHmn-semasio-section,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-section,
* Mcs.semasio-section--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio-section,

specific::
* titled--semasio-section,
* titledNo--semasio-section,

semasio-section.titled of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-titled-section of lagHmn is a-semasio-section with a-title.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-section.titled,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-titled-section,

semasio-section.titledNo of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-titledNo-section of lagHmn is a-semasio-section without a-title.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-section.titledNo,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-titledNo-section,
* Mcs.semasio-paragraph--of-lagHmn,

semasio-root of lagHmn

description::
· semasio-root of lagHmn is the-outermost semasio-node of a-semasio-view.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-node.root!⇒lagHmn-semasio-root,
* Mcs.lagHmn-semasio-root,
* Mcs.semasio-root--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-semasio-root,

output (lingo-view) of lagHmn

description::
· lingo-view[a] is the-model of the-semasio-view that models the-brain-view a-language constructs that[a] can-be-perceived by a-human sensorial-system.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'lingo-view!⇒lagHmn-lingo,
* Mcs.lagHmn'output!⇒lagHmn-lingo,
* Mcs.lagHmn-lingo,
* Mcs.lagHmn-lingo-view!⇒lagHmn-lingo,
* Mcs.lingo!⇒lagHmn-lingo,
* Mcs.lingo-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-lingo,
* Mcs.lingo-view--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-lingo,
* Mcs.view-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-lingo,

codomain of lagHmn

description::
· codomain is the-set of all lingo-views mapped.

name::
* Mcs.codomain-of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn'codomain,

syntax-tree of lingo

description::
· syntax-tree of lagHmn is the-structure of the-lingo-view.
· this structure is a-whole-part-tree of lingo-nodes.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-lingo'syntax-tree!⇒lagHmn-syntax-tree,
* Mcs.syntax-tree--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-syntax-tree,

node of lingo

description::
· lingo-node of lagHmn is any identifiable part of the-syntax-tree.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-lingo'node!⇒lagHmn-node,
* Mcs.lagHmn-node,
* Mcs.lingo-node--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-node,
* Mcs.node-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-node,

unit of lingo

description::
· unit of lagHmn is any indivisible part of the-lingo-view.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'unit!⇒lagHmn-unit,
* Mcs.lagHmn-node.unit!⇒lagHmn-unit,
* Mcs.lagHmn-unit,
* Mcs.lingo-unit--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-unit,
* Mcs.unit-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-unit,

specific::
===
* name-unit,
* nameNo-unit,
===
* term-unit,
* termNo-unit,
===
* phoneme,
* phonemogram-(letter),
* syllabogram,
* conceptogram,

unit.name of lingo

description::
· name-unit of lagHmn is a-unit used to create names.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-unit.lingo-name,
* Mcs.lagHmn-unit.name,
* Mcs.lingo-name--unit--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.name-unit--of-lagHmn,

specific::
* term-unit,
* termNo-unit,

unit.nameNo of lingo

description::
· nameNo-unit of lagHmn is a-unit NOT-used to create names, such as denoting syntax of nodes or paralanguage.
· some termNo-units are nameNo-units.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-unit.lingo-name.no,
* Mcs.lagHmn-unit.nameNo,
* Mcs.lingo-name.no--unit--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.nameNo-unit--of-lagHmn,

unit.term of lingo

description::
· term-unit of lagHmn is any MAIN name-unit, like phoneme or letter, used to create its terms.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-unit.term,
* Mcs.term-unit--of-lagHmn,

specific::
* phoneme--term-unit,
* letter--term-unit,

unit.termNo of lingo

description::
· termNo-unit of lagHmn is any other name-unit, except terms, a-language uses to create names, like €, ∀, ...

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-unit.termNo,
* Mcs.termNo-unit--of-lagHmn,

unit-structure of lingo

description::
· unit-structure of lagHmn is a-lingo-node that is a-structure of units.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'unit-structure!⇒lagHmn-unit-structure,
* Mcs.lagHmn-node.unit-structure!⇒lagHmn-unit-structure,
* Mcs.lagHmn-unit-structure,
* Mcs.lingo-unit-structure--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-unit-structure,
* Mcs.unit-structure-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-unit-structure,

specific::
* term--unit-structure,
* termNo--unit-structure,
===
* used--unit-structure,
* usedNo--unit-structure,
===
* free--unit-structure,
* freeNo--unit-structure,
===
* term-used-free-(word),
* term-used-freeNo-(affix),

unit-structure.term of lingo

description::
· term-unit-structure of lagHmn is a-unit-structure that is-created of term-units.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-term-unit-structure,
* Mcs.lagHmn-unit-structure.term,

unit-structure.termNo of lingo

description::
· termNo-unit-structure of lagHmn is a-unit-structure that is-created of termNo-units.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-termNo-unit-structure,
* Mcs.lagHmn-unit-structure.termNo,

unit-structure.used of lingo

description::
· used-unit-structure of lagHmn is a-unit-structure that the-language already is-using.
· the-language has a-mechanism to create new unit-structures[a].
· from these[a] only a-small fraction is-used.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-unit-structure.used,
* Mcs.lagHmn-used-unit-structure,

unit-structure.usedNo of lingo

description::
· usedNo-unit-structure of lagHmn is a-unit-structure that the-language is-not-using.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-unit-structure.usedNo,
* Mcs.lagHmn-usedNo-unit-structure,

unit-structure.free of lingo

description::
· free-unit-structure of lagHmn is a-unit-structure that is-not-captive in another unit-structure.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-unit-structure.free,
* Mcs.lagHmn-free-unit-structure,

unit-structure.freeNo of lingo

description::
· freeNo-unit-structure of lagHmn is a-unit-structure that is-captive in another unit-structure.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-unit-structure.freeNo,
* Mcs.lagHmn-freeNo-unit-structure,

unit-structure.word of lingo

description::
· word of lagHmn is a-lingo-node that is a-used, free, term-unit-structure with a-concrete function inside the-lingo-view.
· a-word is a-name or is-used to create a-name.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'word!⇒lagHmn-word,
* Mcs.lagHmn-node.word!⇒lagHmn-word,
* Mcs.lagHmn-word,
* Mcs.lingo-word--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-word,
* Mcs.word-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-word,

syllable of word of lingo

description::
· syllable of lagHmn is any node that make-up a-word.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-word'syllable!⇒lagHmn-syllable,
* Mcs.lagHmn-syllable,
* Mcs.syllable-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-syllable,

part1 of syllable of word of lingo

description::
· the-first part of a-syllable is-composed of a-structure of consonants, obligatory in some languages, optional or even restricted in others.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-syllable'part1!⇒lagHmn-syllable-onset,
* Mcs.lagHmn-syllable-onset,

part2 of syllable of word of lingo

description::
· the-second part of a-syllable, composed of one-vowel, obligatory in all languages.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-syllable'part2!⇒lagHmn-syllable-nucleus,
* Mcs.lagHmn-syllable'peak!⇒lagHmn-syllable-nucleus,
* Mcs.lagHmn-syllable-nucleus,

part3 of syllable of word of lingo

description::
· the-third part of a-syllable composed of consontants, optional in some languages, highly restricted or prohibited in others.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-syllable'part2!⇒lagHmn-syllable-coda,
* Mcs.lagHmn-syllable-coda,

syllable.start of word of lingo

description::
· the-first syllable of a-word.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-start-syllable,
* Mcs.lagHmn-syllable.start,

syllable.middle of word of lingo

description::
· middle-syllabel is a-syllable at the-end of a-word.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-middle-syllable,
* Mcs.lagHmn-syllable.middle,

syllable.end of word of lingo

description::
· end-syllable is a-syllable at the-end of a-word

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-end-syllable,
* Mcs.lagHmn-syllable.end,

syllabication of word of lingo

description::
· I syllabicate words on vowel.
· example: la-ngu-age, tri-phthong.
[hmnSgm.2019-08-10]
===
"Syllabification (/sɪˌlæbɪfɪˈkeɪʃən/) or syllabication (/sɪˌlæbɪˈkeɪʃən/) is the separation of a word into syllables, whether spoken or written."
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syllabification {2019-08-10}]
"Syllabification is the separation of a word into syllables, whether spoken or written. In most languages, the actually spoken syllables are the basis of syllabification in writing too. Due to the very weak correspondence between sounds and letters in the spelling of modern English, for example, written syllabification in English has to be based mostly on etymological i.e. morphological instead of phonetic principles. English written syllables therefore do not correspond to the actually spoken syllables of the living language."
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syllable#Syllabification {2019-08-10}]

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-word'syllabication,
* Mcs.syllabication-of-lagHmn,
=== verb:
* Mcs.syllabicate~verbEngB1,
* Mcs.syllabify~verbEngB2,

specific::
* English-syllabication,

word.SPECIFIC of lingo

description::
* wordary,
=== on syllable:
* monosyllable/monosyllabic,
* disyllable/disyllabic;bisyllable/bisyllabic,
* trisyllable/trisyllabic,
* polysyllable/polysyllabic,

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-word.specific,

word.index of lingo

description::
· wordary of lagHmn is an-alphabetical index of the-words of lagHmn with their meaning or function.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-word.index!⇒lagHmn-wordary,
* Mcs.lagHmn-wordary,
* Mcs.wordary-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-wordary,

unit-structure.affix of lingo

description::
· affix of lagHmn is a-lingo-node that is a-used, freeNo, term-unit-structure that is-used in word creation.

name::
* Mcs.affix-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-affix,
* Mcs.lagHmn'affix!⇒lagHmn-affix,
* Mcs.lagHmn-node.affix!⇒lagHmn-affix,
* Mcs.lagHmn-affix,
* Mcs.lingo-affix--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-affix,

name.Greek::
* McsEll.παράθημα,
* McsEll.πρόσθημα,
* McsEll.πρόσφυμα,

specific::
* prefix,
* infix,
* suffix,

affix.prefix of lingo

description::
· prefix of lagHmn is an-affix that is-added in front of a-word.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'prefix!⇒lagHmn-prefix,
* Mcs.lagHmn-affix.prefix!⇒lagHmn-prefix,
* Mcs.lagHmn-prefix,
* Mcs.prefix-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-prefix,

affix.infix of lingo

description::
· infix of lagHmn is an-affix that is-inserted inside a-word.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'infix!⇒lagHmn-infix,
* Mcs.lagHmn-affix.infix!⇒lagHmn-infix,
* Mcs.lagHmn-infix,
* Mcs.infix-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-infix,

affix.suffix of lingo

description::
· suffix of lagHmn is an-affix that is-added at the-end a-word.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'suffix!⇒lagHmn-suffix,
* Mcs.lagHmn-affix.suffix!⇒lagHmn-suffix,
* Mcs.lagHmn-suffix,
* Mcs.suffix-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-suffix,

mapping-unit-(name) of lingo

description::
· name of lagHmn is a-lingo-node that denotes a-semasio-concept.

name::
* Mcs.NAME!⇒nameHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn'semantic-unit!⇒nameHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-node.semantic-unit!⇒nameHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-name!⇒nameHmn,
* Mcs.lingo-name--of-lagHmn!⇒nameHmn,
* Mcs.lingo-semantic-unit--of-lagHmn!⇒nameHmn,
* Mcs.mapping-unit!⇒nameHmn, {2019-08-12}
* Mcs.name!⇒nameHmn,
* Mcs.nameHmn,
* Mcs.name-of-lagHmn!⇒nameHmn,
* Mcs.semantic-unit--of-lagHmn!⇒nameHmn,

part::
* word,
* unit,

nameHmn.SPECIFIC of lingo

description::
* term-name,
* termNo-name,
===
* generic-name,
* individual-name,
===
* verb,
* noun,
* conjunction,
===
* speech-name,
* text-name,

name::
* Mcs.nameHmn.specific,

nameHmn.specific-division.mapping of lingo

description::
· on semasio-concept concept-division they map:
* noun-name,
* verb-name,
* conjunction-name,
===
· on semasio-concept individualness-division they map:
* individual-name,
* individualNo-name,

name::
* Mcs.nameHmn.specific-division.mapping,

nameHmn.specific-division.unit of lingo

description::
* term-name,
* termNo-name,

name::
* Mcs.nameHmn.specific-division.unit,

nameHmn.individual of lingo

description::
· individual-name of lagHmn is a-name that denotes a-semasio-individual-concept.

name::
* Mcs.individual-name--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.nameHmn.individual,

nameHmn.individualNo of lingo

description::
· individualNo-name of lagHmn is a-name that denotes a-semasio-generic-concept.

name::
* Mcs.generic-name--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.individualNo-name--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.nameHmn.generic,

nameHmn.term of lingo

description::
· term of lagHmn is a-name comprised of term-units like phonemes, letters.

name::
* Mcs.nameHmn.term!⇒termHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-term!⇒termHmn,
* Mcs.term-of-lagHmn!⇒termHmn,
* Mcs.termHmn,

auxiliary-part-(partB) of term of lingo

description::
· auxiliary-part of term[a] of lagHmn is its[a] part WITH auxiliary-term-words.

name::
* Mcs.auxiliary-part--of-term-of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.termHmn'auxiliary-part,
* Mcs.termHmn'partB,

auxiliaryNo-part-(partA) of term of lingo

description::
· auxiliaryNo-part of term[a] of lagHmn is its[a] part WITHOUT auxiliary-term-words.

name::
* Mcs.auxiliaryNo-part--of-term-of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.termHmn'auxiliaryNo-part,
* Mcs.termHmn'partA,

word of term of lingo

description::
· word of term[a] of lagHmn is any word part of term[a].

name::
* Mcs.termHmn'word!⇒termHmn-word,

term-word.specific of lingo

description::
· auxiliary--term-word,
· auxiliaryNo--term-word,

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-term-word.specific,

term-word.auxiliary of lingo

description::
· auxiliary-term-word of lagHmn is a-extra term-word used in the-creation of a-term, such as words denoting semasio-attributes.

name::
* Mcs.auxiliary-term-word--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-term-word.auxiliary,

term-word.auxiliaryNo of lingo

description::
· essential-term-word of lagHmn is-NOT an-auxiliary-term-word used in the-creation of a-term.

name::
* Mcs.auxiliaryNo-term-word--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.essential-term-word--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-term-word.auxiliaryNo,

inflector of term of lingo

description::
· inflector of lagHmn is an-entity (human or machine) that inflects (= finds individual-terms) an-individualNo-term.

name::
* Mcs.inflector-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-inflector,
* Mcs.termHmn'inflector!⇒lagHmn-inflector,

inflection of term of lingo

description::
· inflection of lagHmn is the-process of finding the-individual-terms of a-individualNo-term.

name::
* Mcs.inflection-of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn'inflection,
* Mcs.termHmn'inflection,
=== verb:
* Mcs.inflect~verbEngA1,

inflector.SPECIFIC of term of lingo

description::
· English-inflector,
· Greek-inflector,
· Kamo-inflector,
===
· noun-inflector,
· verb-inflector,

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-inflector.specific,

term.SPECIFIC of lingo

description::
* verb,
* noun,
* conjunction,
=== on word:
* monoword-term,
* multiword-term,

name::
* Mcs.termHmn.specific,

term.termary of lingo

description::
· termary of lagHmn is an-index of the-terms of the-lagHmn.

name::
* Mcs.termHmn.termary, /termáry/
* Mcs.termary-of-lagHmn,

environment::
* wordary,
* namary,
* conceptary,
* dictionary,

term.individual of lingo

description::
· individual-term of lagHmn is a-term that denotes an-individual-semasio-concept, one with individual-semasio-attributes for example 'singular' or 'plural' but not 'number'.

name::
* Mcs.individual-term--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.termHmn.individual,

term.individualNo of lingo

description::
· individualNo-term of lagHmn is a-term that denotes an-individualNo-semasio-concept, one with individualNo-semasio-attributes for exampel 'number' but not 'singular' or 'plural'.

name::
* Mcs.generic-term--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.individualNo-term--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.termHmn.individualNo,

term.monoword of lingo

description::
· monoword-term of lagHmn is a-term with ONE word.

name::
* Mcs.termHmn.monoword,
* Mcs.monoword-term--of-lagHmn,

term.multiword of lingo

description::
· monoword-term of lagHmn is a-term with MANY word.

name::
* Mcs.termHmn.multiword,
* Mcs.multiword-term--of-lagHmn,

nameHmn.termNo of lingo

description::
· termNo-name of lagHmn is a-name NOT comprised of term-units.

name::
* Mcs.nameHmn.termNo,
* Mcs.termNo-name--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.termNo-semantic-unit--of-lagHmn,

nameHmn.noun of lingo

description::
· noun of lagHmn is a-term that denotes a-semasio-noun (an-entity timelessly).

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'noun!⇒nounHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-noun!⇒nounHmn,
* Mcs.noun-of-lagHmn!⇒nounHmn,
* Mcs.nameHmn.noun!⇒nounHmn,
* Mcs.nounHmn,
* Mcs.termHmn.noun!⇒nounHmn,

semasio-noun (link) of noun of lingo

nounHmn.SPECIFIC of lingo

description::
* special-nounHmn,
* specialNo-nounHmn,
===
* attributive-nounHmn,
* attributiveNo-nounHmn,
===
* adjective,
* adverb,
* case-nounHmn,
===
* attributiveNo-specialNo-nounHmn,
===
* generic-nounHmn,
* individual-nounHmn,

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-noun.specific,

nounHmn.special of lingo

description::
· special-noun of lagHmn is a-noun that denotes a-semasio-special-noun.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-noun.special,
* Mcs.pronoun-of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.special-noun--of-lagHmn,

nounHmn.specialNo of lingo

description::
· specialNo-noun of lagHmn is a-noun that denotes a-semasio-specialNo-noun.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-noun.specialNo,
* Mcs.ordinary-noun-of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.specialNo-noun--of-lagHmn,

nounHmn.attributive of lingo

description::
· attributive-noun of lagHmn is a-case-noun which has an-attribute-relation with another semasio-concept.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-noun.attributive!⇒nounAttHmn,
* Mcs.att-noun--of-lagHmn!⇒nounAttHmn,
* Mcs.attributive-noun--of-lagHmn!⇒nounAttHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-attributive-noun!⇒nounAttHmn,
* Mcs.nounAttHmn,

nounAttHmn.adjective of lingo

description::
· adjective of lagHmn is an-attributive-noun which is an-attribute of a-semasio-noun.

name::
* Mcs.adjective-of-lagHmn!⇒adjectiveHmn,
* Mcs.adjectiveHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn'adjective!⇒adjectiveHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-adjective!⇒adjectiveHmn,

nounAttHmn.adverb of lingo

description::
· adverb of lagHmn is an-attributive-noun which is an-attribute of a-semasio-verb.

name::
* Mcs.adverb-of-lagHmn!⇒adverbHmn,
* Mcs.adverbHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn'adverb!⇒adverbHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-adverb!⇒adverbHmn,

nounAttHmn.case of lingo

description::
· case of lagHmn is an-attributive-noun that denotes a-semasio-case, ie specific attribute-relations.

name::
* Mcs.case-noun--of-lagHmn!⇒nounCaseHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-noun.case!⇒nounCaseHmn,
* Mcs.nounCaseHmn,

specific::
* special-case,
* specialNo-case,

nounHmn.attributiveNo of lingo

description::
· attributiveNo-noun of lagHmn is a-noun that denotes a-semasio-noun[a] and NOT a-semasio-conjunction of it[a].

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-noun.attributiveNo,
* Mcs.attributiveNo-noun--of-lagHmn,

nounHmn.specialNo-attributive of lingo

description::
· ordinary-attributive-noun of lagHmn is a-noun without denoting special-sms-attributes and denoting extra relations|semasio-conjunctions.
* ordinary-adjective,
* ordinary-adjverb,
* case,

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-noun.ordinary-attributive,
* Mcs.lagHmn-noun.specialNo-attributive,

nounHmn.specialNo-attributiveNo of lingo

description::
· main-noun of lagHmn is a-specialNo, attributiveNo noun.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-noun.attributiveNo-specialNo,
* Mcs.lagHmn-noun.main,
* Mcs.lagHmn-noun.plain,
* Mcs.lagHmn-noun.specialNo-attributiveNo,
* Mcs.lagHmn-noun.typical,

nounHmn.individual of lingo

description::
· individual-noun of lagHmn is a-noun that denotes individual-sms-attributes.

name::
* Mcs.individual-noun--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-noun.individual,

nounHmn.individualNo of lingo

description::
· generic-noun of lagHmn is a-noun that denotes generic-sms-attributes.

name::
* Mcs.generic-noun--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.individualNo-noun--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-noun.individualNo,

nameHmn.verb of lingo

description::
· verb of lagHmn is a-term that denotes a-semasio-verb.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'verb!⇒verbHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-verb!⇒verbHmn,
* Mcs.nameHmn.verb!⇒verbHmn,
* Mcs.termHmn.verb!⇒verbHmn,
* Mcs.verb-of-lagHmn!⇒verbHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn,

sms-verb (link) of verbHmn of lingo

conjugation of verbHmn of lingo

description::
· conjugation of verbHmn is the-process of finding the-individual-verbs.

name::
* Mcs.conjugation-of-verbHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn'conjugation,
=== verb:
* Mcs.conjugate~verbEngB1,
* Mcs.lagHmn-conjugate~verbEngB1,

verbHmn.SPECIFIC of lingo

description::
* English-verb,
* Kamo-verb,
===
* individual-verb,
* individualNo-verb,
=== on tense-sms-att:
* present-verb,
* past-verb,
* future-verb,

name::
* Mcs.verbHmn.specific,

verbHmn.individual of lingo

description::
· individual-verb of lagHmn is any individual-term of verbHmn, ie denotes individual-sms-att such as instant, insstantNo, but not instantness.
· the-main individual-verbs are the-following:

active-direction activeNo-direction
perfectNoperfect perfectNoperfect
present ins present-simple present-perfect present-simple-passive present-perfect-passive
insN present-progressive present-perfect-progressive present-progressive-passive present-perfect-progressive-passive
past ins past-simple past-perfect past-simple-passive past-perfect-passive
insN past-progressive past-perfect-progressive past-progressive-passive past-perfect-progressive-passive
future ins future-simple future-perfect future-simple-passive future-perfect-passive
insN future-progressive future-perfect-progressive future-progressive-passive future-perfect-progressive-passive

name::
* Mcs.verb-form, (literature)
* Mcs.verbHmn.individual,

verbHmn.present of lingo

description::
· present-verbHmn is a-verbHmn that denotes present-tense.
· 1.mood = realis, realisNo.
· 2.tense = present.
· 3.instantness = instant, instantNo.
· 4.direction = active, activeNo.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfective, perfectiveNo.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.

name::
* Mcs.present-verbHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.present,

specific::
* simple-present-(real-prst-insN-prfN-act),
* present-perfect-(real-prst-insN-prf-act),
* simple-present-passive-(real-prst-insN-prfN-actN),
* present-perfect-passive-(real-prst-insN-prf-actN),
* present-progressive-(real-prst-ins-prfN-act),
* present-perfect-progressive-(real-prst-ins-prf-act),
* present-progressive-passive-(real-prst-ins-prfN-actN),
* present-perfect-progressive-passive-(real-prst-ins-prf-actN),

present.simple of verbHmn

description::
· present-simple of lagHmn is the-present-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = present.
· 3.instantness = instant.
· 4.direction = active.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfectiveNo.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) write.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) δένω.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-simple-present,
* Mcs.lagHmn-present-simple,
* Mcs.present-simple--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.simple-present--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.simple-present,
* Mcs.verbHmn.simple-present-(real-prst-insN-prfN-act),

present.perfect of verbHmn

description::
· present-perfect of lagHmn is the-present-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = present.
· 3.instantness = instant.
· 4.direction = active.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfective.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) have-written.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) έχω-δέσει.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-present-perfect,
* Mcs.present-perfect--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.present-perfect,
* Mcs.verbHmn.present-perfect-(real-prst-insN-prf-act),

present.simple-passive of verbHmn

description::
· present-simple-passive of lagHmn is the-present-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = present.
· 3.instantness = instant.
· 4.direction = activeNo.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfectiveNo.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) am-written.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) δένομαι.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-simple-present-passive,
* Mcs.lagHmn-present-simple-passive,
* Mcs.present-simple-passive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.simple-present-passive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.simple-present-passive-(real-prst-insN-prfN-actN),

present.perfect-passive of verbHmn

description::
· present-perfect-passive of lagHmn is the-present-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = present.
· 3.instantness = instant.
· 4.direction = activeNo.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfective.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) have-been-written.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) έχω-δεθεί.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-present-perfect-passive,
* Mcs.present-perfect-passive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.present-perfect-passive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.present-perfect-passive-(real-prst-insN-prf-actN),

present.progressive of verbHmn

description::
· present-progressive of lagHmn is the-present-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = present.
· 3.instantness = instantNo.
· 4.direction = active.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfectiveNo.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) am-writing.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) δένω.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-present-continuous,
* Mcs.lagHmn-present-progressive,
* Mcs.present-progressive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.present-progressive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.present-progressive-(real-prst-ins-prfN-act),

present.perfect-progressive of verbHmn

description::
· present-perfect-progressive of lagHmn is the-present-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = present.
· 3.instantness = instantNo.
· 4.direction = active.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfective.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) have-been-writing.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) έχω-δεμένο.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-present-perfect-continuous,
* Mcs.lagHmn-present-perfect-progressive,
* Mcs.present-perfect-progressive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.present-perfect-progressive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.present-perfect-progressive-(real-prst-ins-prf-act),

present.progressive-passive of verbHmn

description::
· present-progressive-passive of lagHmn is the-present-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = present.
· 3.instantness = instantNo.
· 4.direction = activeNo.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfectiveNo.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) am-being-written.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) δένομαι.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-present-continuous-passive,
* Mcs.lagHmn-present-progressive-passive,
* Mcs.present-progressive-passive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.present-progressive-passive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.present-progressive-passive-(real-prst-ins-prfN-actN),

present.perfect-progressive-passive of verbHmn

description::
· present-perfect-progressive-passive of lagHmn is the-present-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = present.
· 3.instantness = instantNo.
· 4.direction = activeNo.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfective.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) have-being-written.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) είμαι-δεμένος.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-present-perfect-continuous-passive,
* Mcs.lagHmn-present-perfect-progressive-passive,
* Mcs.present-perfect-progressive-passive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.present-perfect-progressive-passive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.present-perfect-progressive-passive-(real-prst-ins-prf-actN),

verbHmn.past of lingo

description::
· past-verbHmn is a-verbHmn that denotes past-tense.
· 1.mood = realis, realisNo.
· 2.tense = past.
· 3.instantness = instant, instantNo.
· 4.direction = active, activeNo.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfective, perfectiveNo.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.

name::
* Mcs.past-verbHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.past,

specific::
* simple-past-(real-past-insN-prfN-act),
* past-perfect-(real-past-insN-prf-act),
* simple-past-passive-(real-past-insN-prfN-actN),
* past-perfect-passive-(real-past-insN-prf-actN),
* past-progressive-(real-past-ins-prfN-act),
* past-perfect-progressive-(real-past-ins-prf-act),
* past-progressive-passive-(real-past-ins-prfN-actN),
* past-perfect-progressive-passive-(real-past-ins-prf-actN),

past.simple of verbHmn

description::
· past-simple of lagHmn is the-past-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = past.
· 3.instantness = instant.
· 4.direction = active.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfectiveNo.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) wrote.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) έδεσα.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-past-simple,
* Mcs.lagHmn-simple-past,
* Mcs.past-simple--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.simple-past--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.simple-past,
* Mcs.verbHmn.simple-past-(real-past-insN-prfN-act),

past.perfect of verbHmn

description::
· past-perfect of lagHmn is the-past-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = past.
· 3.instantness = instant.
· 4.direction = active.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfective.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) had-written.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) είχα-δέσει.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-past-perfect,
* Mcs.past-perfect--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.past-perfect,
* Mcs.verbHmn.past-perfect-(real-past-insN-prf-act),

past.simple-passive of verbHmn

description::
· past-simple-passive of lagHmn is the-past-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = past.
· 3.instantness = instant.
· 4.direction = activeNo.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfectiveNo.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) was-written.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) δέθηκα.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-past-simple-passive,
* Mcs.lagHmn-simple-past-passive,
* Mcs.past-simple-passive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.simple-past-passive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.simple-past-passive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.simple-past-passive-(real-past-insN-prfN-actN),

past.perfect-passive of verbHmn

description::
· past-perfect-passive of lagHmn is the-past-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = past.
· 3.instantness = instant.
· 4.direction = activeNo.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfective.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) had-been-written.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) είχα-δεθεί.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-past-perfect-passive,
* Mcs.past-perfect-passive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.past-perfect-passive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.past-perfect-passive-(real-past-insN-prf-actN),

past.progressive of verbHmn

description::
· past-progressive of lagHmn is the-past-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = past.
· 3.instantness = instantNo.
· 4.direction = active.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfectiveNo.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) was-writing.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) έδενα.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-past-continuous,
* Mcs.lagHmn-past-progressive,
* Mcs.past-progressive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.past-progressive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.past-progressive-(real-past-ins-prfN-act),

past.perfect-progressive of verbHmn

description::
· past-perfect-progressive of lagHmn is the-past-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = past.
· 3.instantness = instantNo.
· 4.direction = activeNo.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfective.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) had-been-writing.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) είχα-δεμένο.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-past-perfect-continuous,
* Mcs.lagHmn-past-perfect-progressive,
* Mcs.past-perfect-progressive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.past-perfect-progressive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.past-perfect-progressive-(real-past-ins-prf-act),

past.progressive-passive of verbHmn

description::
· past-progressive-passive of lagHmn is the-past-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = past.
· 3.instantness = instantNo.
· 4.direction = activeNo.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfectiveNo.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) was-being-written.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) δενόμουν.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-past-continuous-passive,
* Mcs.lagHmn-past-progressive-passive,
* Mcs.past-progressive-passive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.past-progressive-passive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.past-progressive-passive-(real-past-ins-prfN-actN),

past.perfect-progressive-passive of verbHmn

description::
· past-perfect-progressive-passive of lagHmn is the-past-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = past.
· 3.instantness = instantNo.
· 4.direction = activeNo.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfective.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) had-being-written.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) ήμουν-δεμένος.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-past-perfect-continuous-passive,
* Mcs.lagHmn-past-perfect-progressive-passive,
* Mcs.past-perfect-progressive-passive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.past-perfect-progressive-passive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.past-perfect-progressive-passive-(real-past-ins-prf-actN),

verbHmn.future of lingo

description::
· future-verbHmn is a-verbHmn that denotes future-tense.
· 1.mood = realis, realisNo.
· 2.tense = future.
· 3.instantness = instant, instantNo.
· 4.direction = active, activeNo.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfective, perfectiveNo.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.

name::
* Mcs.future-verbHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.future,

specific::
* simple-future-(real-futr-insN-prfN-act),
* future-perfect-(real-futr-insN-prf-act),
* simple-future-passive-(real-futr-insN-prfN-actN),
* future-perfect-passive-(real-futr-insN-prf-actN),
* future-progressive-(real-futr-ins-prfN-act),
* future-perfect-progressive-(real-futr-ins-prf-act),
* future-progressive-passive-(real-futr-ins-prfN-actN),
* future-perfect-progressive-passive-(real-futr-ins-prf-actN),

future.simple of verbHmn

description::
· future-simple of lagHmn is the-future-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = future.
· 3.instantness = instant.
· 4.direction = active.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfectiveNo.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) will-write.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) θα-δέσω.

name::
* Mcs.future-simple--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-future-simple,
* Mcs.lagHmn-simple-future,
* Mcs.simple-future--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.simple-future,
* Mcs.verbHmn.future-simple-(real-futr-insN-prfN-act),

future.perfect of verbHmn

description::
· future-perfect of lagHmn is the-future-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = future.
· 3.instantness = instant.
· 4.direction = active.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfective.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) will-have-written.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) έχω-δέσει.

name::
* Mcs.future-perfect--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-future-perfect,
* Mcs.verbHmn.future-perfect,
* Mcs.verbHmn.future-perfect-(real-futr-insN-prf-act),

future.simple-passive of verbHmn

description::
· future-simple-passive of lagHmn is the-future-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = future.
· 3.instantness = instant.
· 4.direction = activeNo.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfectiveNo.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) will-be-written.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) θα-δεθώ.

name::
* Mcs.future-simple-passive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-future-simple-passive,
* Mcs.lagHmn-simple-future-passive,
* Mcs.simple-future-passive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.simple-future-passive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.simple-future-passive-(real-futr-insN-prfN-actN),

future.perfect-passive of verbHmn

description::
· future-perfect-passive of lagHmn is the-future-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = future.
· 3.instantness = instant.
· 4.direction = activeNo.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfective.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) will-have-been-written.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) θα-έχω-δεθεί.

name::
* Mcs.future-perfect-passive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-future-perfect-passive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.future-perfect-passive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.future-perfect-passive-(real-futr-insN-prf-actN),

future.progressive of verbHmn

description::
· future-progressive of lagHmn is the-future-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = future.
· 3.instantness = instantNo.
· 4.direction = active.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfectiveNo.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) will-be-writing.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) θα-δένω.

name::
* Mcs.future-progressive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.verbHmn.future-progressive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.future-progressive-(real-futr-ins-prfN-act),

future.perfect-progressive of verbHmn

description::
· future-perfect-progressive of lagHmn is the-future-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = future.
· 3.instantness = instantNo.
· 4.direction = active.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfective.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) will-have-been-writing.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) θα-έχω-δεμένο.

name::
* Mcs.future-perfect-progressive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-future-perfect-continuous,
* Mcs.lagHmn-future-perfect-progressive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.future-perfect-progressive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.future-perfect-progressive-(real-futr-ins-prf-act),

future.progressive-passive of verbHmn

description::
· future-progressive-passive of lagHmn is the-future-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = future.
· 3.instantness = instantNo.
· 4.direction = activeNo.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfectiveNo.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) will-being-written.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) θα-δένομαι.

name::
* Mcs.future-progressive-passive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-future-progressive-passive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.future-progressive-passive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.future-progressive-passive-(real-futr-ins-prfN-actN),

future.perfect-progressive-passive of verbHmn

description::
· future-perfect-progressive-passive of lagHmn is the-future-verbHmn that denotes:
· 1.mood = realis.
· 2.tense = future.
· 3.instantness = instantNo.
· 4.direction = activeNo.
· 5.perfectiveness = perfective.
· 6.interrogation = interrogative, interrogativeNo.
· 7.affirmation = affirmative, affirmativeNo.
· 8.number = numberOne, numberOneNo.
· 9.person = first, second, third.
· exampleEng: (I) will-have-being-written.
· exampleEll: (εγώ) θα-είμαι-δεμένος.

name::
* Mcs.future-perfect-progressive-passive--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-future-perfect-continuous-passive,
* Mcs.lagHmn-future-perfect-progressive-passive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.future-perfect-progressive-passive,
* Mcs.verbHmn.future-perfect-progressive-passive-(real-futr-ins-prf-actN),

nameHmn.conjunction of lingo

description::
· conjunction of lagHmn is a-term that denotes a-semasio-conjunction.
===
"In grammar, a conjunction (abbreviated conj or cnj) is a part of speech that connects words, phrases, or clauses that are called the conjuncts of the conjunctions. The term discourse marker is mostly used for conjunctions joining sentences. This definition may overlap with that of other parts of speech, so what constitutes a "conjunction" must be defined for each language. In English a given word may have several senses, being either a preposition or a conjunction depending on the syntax of the sentence (for example, "after" being a preposition in "he left after the fight" versus it being a conjunction in "he left after they fought"). In general, a conjunction is an invariable (noninflected) grammatical particle and it may or may not stand between the items conjoined.
The definition may also be extended to idiomatic phrases that behave as a unit with the same function, e.g. "as well as", "provided that".
A simple literary example of a conjunction: "the truth of nature, and the power of giving interest". (Samuel Taylor Coleridge's Biographia Literaria)[1]
Conjunctions may be placed at the beginning of sentences:[2] "But some superstition about the practice persists".[3]"
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conjunction_(grammar) {2019-08-18}]

name::
* Mcs.conjHmn,
* Mcs.conjunction-of-lagHmn!⇒conjHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn'conjunction!⇒conjHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-conjunction!⇒conjHmn,
* Mcs.nameHmn.conjunction!⇒conjHmn,
* Mcs.termHmn.conjunction!⇒conjHmn,

semasio-conjunction (link) of conjunction of lingo

nameHmn.namary of lingo

description::
· namary of lagHmn is an-index of generic-names of lagHmn.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'namary, /neimáry/
* Mcs.namary-of-lagHmn,

environment::
* wordary,
* conceptary,

sentence of lingo

description::
· sentence of lagHmn is a-lingo-node that denotes a-semasio-sentence.
· sentences are the-term units of lingo-views.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'sentence!⇒lagHmn-sentence,
* Mcs.lagHmn-node.sentence!⇒lagHmn-sentence,
* Mcs.lagHmn-sentence,
* Mcs.lingo-sentence--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-sentence,
* Mcs.sentence-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-sentence,
* Mcs.statement-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-sentence,

part of sentence of lingo

description::
* verb,
* verb-argument,

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-sentence'part,

verb-argument of sentence of lingo

description::
· verb-argument of lagHmn is a-lingo-node that denotes a-semasio-verb-argument.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-node.verb-argument!⇒verbHmn-argument,
* Mcs.lagHmn-verb-argument,
* Mcs.lingo-verb-argument!⇒verbHmn-argument,

specific::
* subject--verb-argument,
* object--verb-argument,
* idirect-object--verb-argument,
* time--verb-argument,
* place--verb-argument,
* manner--verb-argument,
* ...

verb-argument.subject of lingo

description::
· subject is a-verb-argument that denotes a-semasio-subject.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'subject!⇒lagHmn-subject,
* Mcs.lagHmn-subject,
* Mcs.lagHmn-verb-argument.subject!⇒lagHmn-subject,

verb-argument.object of lingo

description::
· object is a-verb-argument that denotes a-semasio-object.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'object!⇒lagHmn-object,
* Mcs.lagHmn-object,
* Mcs.lagHmn-verb-argument.object!⇒lagHmn-object,

verb-argument.indirect-object of lingo

description::
· indirect-object is a-verb-argument that denotes a-semasio-indirect-object.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'indirect-object!⇒lagHmn-indirect-object,
* Mcs.lagHmn-indirect-object,
* Mcs.lagHmn-verb-argument.indirect-object!⇒lagHmn-indirect-object,

noun-phrase of lingo

description::
· noun-phrase of lagHmn is a-lingo-node that denotes a-semasio-noun-phrase.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-node.noun-phrase!⇒nounHmn-phrase,
* Mcs.lagHmn-noun-phrase,
* Mcs.lingo-noun-phrase--of-lagHmn!⇒nounHmn-phrase,
* Mcs.noun-phrase--of-lagHmn!⇒nounHmn-phrase,

section of lingo

description::
· section[a] of lagHmn is a-lingo-node that denotes a-semasio-section.
· it[a] is a-whole-part-structure of sentences.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'section!⇒lagHmn-section,
* Mcs.lagHmn-node.section!⇒lagHmn-section,
* Mcs.lagHmn-section,
* Mcs.lingo-section--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-section,
* Mcs.section-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-section,

section.titled of lingo

description::
· titled-section[a] of lagHmn is a-lingo-node that denotes a-semasio-titled-section.
· it[a] is a-section with a-title.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-section.titled!⇒lagHmn-titled-section,
* Mcs.lagHmn-titled-section,
* Mcs.titled-section--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-titled-section,

section.titledNo of lingo

description::
· paragraph[a] of lagHmn is a-lingo-node that denotes a-semasio-titledNo-section.
· it[a] is a-section without a-title.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'paragraph!⇒lagHmn-paragraph,
* Mcs.lagHmn-section.titledNo!⇒lagHmn-paragraph,
* Mcs.lagHmn-titledNo-section,
* Mcs.paragraph-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-paragraph,

root-node of lingo

description::
· root-node of lagHmn is the-outermost node of the-lingo-view.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'root!⇒lagHmn-root,
* Mcs.lagHmn-node.root!⇒lagHmn-root,
* Mcs.lagHmn-root,
* Mcs.lingo-root-node--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-root,
* Mcs.root-node--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-root,

lingo.SPECIFIC of lagHmn

description::
* text,
* speech,

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-lingo.specific,

person of lagHmn

description::
· person of lagHmn is any ENTITY involved in lagHmn.
· person is a-sms-att of semasio-verb, then of every semasio-sentence, the-main unit of semasio-view.
===
"In linguistics, grammatical person is the grammatical distinction between deictic references to participant(s) in an event; typically the distinction is between the speaker (first person), the addressee (second person), and others (third person)."
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grammatical_person {2019-08-13}]

name::
* Mcs.grammatical-person!⇒lagHmn-person,
* Mcs.lagHmn'person!⇒lagHmn-person,
* Mcs.lagHmn-person,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.9-person!⇒lagHmn-person,
* Mcs.verbSmsHmn-att.person-9!⇒lagHmn-person,
* Mcs.person-of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-person,
* Mcs.person-semasio-verb-att--of-lagHmn!⇒lagHmn-person,

generic-chain::
* entity,

specific::
* first-person,
* second-person,
* third-person,

person.first of lagHmn

description::
· first-person of lagHmn is the-encoder of lingo-view.
· the-first-person wants to communicate his|her|it worldview.
· that is why lingo-views without its first-person (= the-subject) are ambigous.

name::
* Mcs.first-person--of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn-person.first,
* Mcs.lagHmn-person1,

person.second of lagHmn

description::
· second-person of lagHmn is the-decoder of lingo-view, the-addressee of the-first-person.
· the-second-person must-know the-language, otherwise there-is-no communication.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-person2,
* Mcs.lagHmn-person.second,
* Mcs.second-person--of-lagHmn,

person.third of lagHmn

description::
· third-person of lagHmn is any other ENTITY involved.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-person3,
* Mcs.lagHmn-person.third,
* Mcs.third-person--of-lagHmn,

resource of lagHmn

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'resource,

addressWpg::
* https://www.sil.org/resources/glossaries-linguistic-terms,
* https://medium.com/s/story/the-internet-is-helping-save-forgotten-languages-dcc308509feb,

linguistics of lagHmn

description::
· linguistics is the-science that studies the-human-language.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'linguistics,
* Mcs.langology,
* Mcs.linguistics,
* Mcs.science.linguistics,

phonemics of linguistics of lagHmn

description::
· phonemics is the-science that studies the-phonemes.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'phonemics,
* Mcs.phonemics,
* Mcs.phonemology,
* Mcs.phonology,
* Mcs.science.phonemics,
* Mcs.science.phonology,

phonetics of linguistics of lagHmn

description::
· phonetics is the-science that studies the-phones.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'phonetics,
* Mcs.phonetics,
* Mcs.science.phonetics,

WHOLE of lagHmn

whole-chain::
* human-society,

ATTRIBUTE of lagHmn

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'attribute,

modality of lagHmn

description::
· modality is the-medium (the-means) a-language uses to create its lingo-view that can-be-perceived by a-human sensorial-system.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'modality,
* Mcs.modality-of-lagHmn,

grammar of lagHmn

description::
· grammar of lagHmn[a] is a-specification of it[a].

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'grammar,

knower of lagHmn

description::
· knower of lagHmn is a-human or a-machine who knows the-language.
· the-knower has his own brain-worldview and understands the-brain-worldviews of others (= can-create the-brain-views of others when he senses the-ligo-views of them).

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'knower!⇒lagHmn-knower,
* Mcs.lagHmn-knower,

specific::
* encoder-knower,
* decoder-knower,
===
* native-knower,
* nativeNo-knower,

knower.encoder of lagHmn

description::
· encoder of lagHmn is a-knower who creates a-lingo-view.

name::
* Mcs.encoder-of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn'encoder,
* Mcs.lagHmn-encoder,
* Mcs.lagHmn-knower.encoder,

knower.decoder of lagHmn

description::
· decoder of lagHmn is a-knower who understands (= creates its semasio-view) a-lingo-view.

name::
* Mcs.decoder-of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn'decoder,
* Mcs.lagHmn-decoder,
* Mcs.lagHmn-knower.decoder,

knower.native of lagHmn

description::
"An article titled “The Native Speaker: An Achievable Model?” published by the Asian EFL Journal[14] states that there are six general principles that relate to the definition of "native speaker". The principles, according to the study, are typically accepted by language experts across the scientific field. A native speaker is defined according to the following guidelines:
1) The individual acquired the language in early childhood.
1) The individual has intuitive knowledge of the language.
1) The individual is able to produce fluent, spontaneous discourse.
1) The individual is competent in communication.
1) The individual identifies with or is identified by a language community.
1) The individual has a dialect accent (including the official dialect)."
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_language {2019-08-14}]

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-knower.native,
* Mcs.native-knower--of-lagHmn,

knower.nativeNo of lagHmn

description::
· nativeNo-knower is a-non native-speaker.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn-knower.native,
* Mcs.native-knower--of-lagHmn,

encoding-method of lagHmn

description::
· encoding-method of lagHmn is the-method of mapping a-brain-view to lingo-view.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'encoding-method,

decoding-method of lagHmn

description::
· decoding-method of lagHmn is the-method of mapping a-lingo-view to a-brain-view.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'decoding-method,

paralanguage of lagHmn

description::
"Paralanguage refers to the non-verbal elements of communication used to modify meaning and convey emotion. Paralanguage may be expressed consciously or unconsciously, and it includes the pitch, volume, and, in some cases, intonation of speech. Sometimes the definition is restricted to vocally-produced sounds. The study of paralanguage is known as paralinguistics".
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paralanguage]

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'paralanguage,

DOING of lagHmn

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'doing,

specific::
* main-functing,
* evoluting,
* implementation,
* translation,

doing.main-functing of lagHmn

description::
"Roman Jakobson identified six functions of language, only one of which is the traditional system of reference.
* referential: conveys information about some real phenomenon
* expressive: describes feelings of the speaker
* conative: attempts to elicit some behavior from the addressee
* phatic: builds a relationship between both parties in a conversation
* metalingual: self-references
* poetic: focuses on the text independent of reference"
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pragmatics]

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'function,
* Mcs.lagHmn'main-functing,

doing.implementation of lagHmn

description::
· implementation[a] of lagHmn is the-actual use of the-language.
· it[a] is the-lingo-view creation-process from a-brain-view, AND the-"understanding"-process, ie the-brain-view creation-process from a-lingo-view.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'implementation,

doing.encoding of lagHmn

description::
· encoding of lagHmn is the-doing of lingo-view creation-process from a-brain-view.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'encoding,
=== verb:
* Mcs.lagHmn-encode~verbEngB1,

doing.decoding of lagHmn

description::
· decoding of lagHmn is the-doing of brain-view creation-process from a-lingo-view.

name::
* Mcs.decoding-of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn'decoding,
* Mcs.understanding-of-lagHmn,
=== verb:
* Mcs.lagHmn-decode~verbEngB1,
* Mcs.lagHmn-understand~verbEngC1,

doing.translating of lagHmn

description::
· translating of lagHmn is the-doing of mapping of a-lingo-view in one language to a-lingo-view in another language.
· both lingo-views must denote the-same brain-view.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'translating,
* Mcs.translating-of-lagHmn,

EVOLUTING of lagHmn

description::
· we do-not-know, definitely, the-evolution of our language.
· for me, the-milestones in this evolution are:

· gestural-languages:
· changes in nature forced pre-humans to bipedalism.
· bipedalism freed hands.
· free hands gave rise to gestural-communication.
· gestural-languages is the-cause of "right-handiness" and the-expansion in human-brain size, because of the-increased quantity of concepts stored in the-brain.

· oral-languages:
· for millions of years gestures are-mixed with sounds.
· as the-quantity of sounds increased the-vocal-track gets an-L-shape.
· together with the-evolution of the-human-ear and the-hyoid-bone, humans were-able to produce and distiguish many sounds.
· as a-result spoken-languages became dominant.

· written-languages:
· about 5,000 years ago the-invention of textual-languages helped human-societies to store and transmit more easily the-acquired knowledge to next generations.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn'evoluting,

{time.2800BCE}::
=== syllabic-language:
"The earliest recorded syllables are on tablets written around 2800 BC in the Sumerian city of Ur. This shift from pictograms to syllables has been called "the most important advance in the history of writing"."
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syllable]

GENERIC of lagHmn

generic-chain::
* language,
* mapping-method,
* method,
* info,
* model,
* entity,

lagHmn.SPECIFIC

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn.specific,

specific::
alphabetically:
* gestural-lagHmn,
* haptic-lagHmn,
* oral-lagHmn,
* natural-lagHmn,
* naturalNo-lagHmn,
* written-lagHmn,
* visual-lagHmn,

lagHmn.specific-division.modality

description::
· on modality:
* gestural-lagHmn,
* oral-lagHmn,
* written-lagHmn,
* haptic-lagHmn,
=== on sense:
* visual-lagHmn,
* oral-lagHmn,
* haptic-lagHmn,

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn.specific-division.modality,

lagHmn.visual

description::
· visual-lagHmn is a-lagHmn that uses visual units to create its lingo-view.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn.visual,
* Mcs.visual-lagHmn,

specific::
* gestural-lagHmn,
* written-lagHmn,

lagHmn.haptic

description::
· haptic-lagHmn is a-lagHmn that uses touchable units to create its lingo-view.

name::
* Mcs.haptic-lagHmn!⇒lagHptc,
* Mcs.lagHmn.haptic!⇒lagHptc,
* Mcs.lagHptc,
* Mcs.tactile-lagHmn!⇒lagHptc,

lagHmn.specific-division.evoluting

description::
· on evoluting:
* natural-lagHmn,
* naturalNo-lagHmn,

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn.specific-division.evoluting,

lagHmn.natural

description::
· natural-lagHmn is a-lagHmn that has-evolved naturally.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn.natural!⇒lagNtrl,
* Mcs.lagNtrl,
* Mcs.natural-lagHmn!⇒lagNtrl,

lagHmn.naturalNo

description::
· constructed-lagHmn is a-lagHmn created by one or many individuals and did-not-evolve naturally.

name::
* Mcs.artificial-lagHmn!⇒lagNtrlNo,
* Mcs.constructed-lagHmn!⇒lagNtrlNo,
* Mcs.lagHmn.natural!⇒lagNtrlNo,
* Mcs.lagNtrlNo,
* Mcs.naturalNo-lagHmn!⇒lagNtrlNo,

lagHmn.gestural

description::
"A sign language (also signed language) is a language which uses manual communication, body language and lip patterns instead of sound to convey meaning -- simultaneously combining hand shapes. orientation and movement of the hands, arms or body, and facial expressions to express fluidly a speaker's thoughts".
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sign_language]

name::
* Mcs.hand-lagHmn!⇒lagSign,
* Mcs.gestural-lagHmn!⇒lagSign,
* Mcs.lagHmn.gestural!⇒lagSign,
* Mcs.lagSign,
* Mcs.sign-lagHmn!⇒lagSign,

lagHmn.written

description::
· written-lagHmn is a-lagHmn that uses written-symbols to create its lingo-view.

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn.written!⇒lagTxt,
* Mcs.lagTxt,
* Mcs.textual-lagHmn!⇒lagTxt,
* Mcs.written-lagHmn!⇒lagTxt,

lagTxt.SPECIFIC

description::
* alphabetic-lagHmn,
* syllabic-lagHmn,
* ideographic-lagHmn,

name::
* Mcs.lagTxt.specific,

lagHmn.variety

description::
"In sociolinguistics, a variety, also called a lect, is a specific form of a language or language cluster. This may include languages, dialects, registers, styles, or other forms of language, as well as a standard variety.[1] The use of the word "variety" to refer to the different forms avoids the use of the term language, which many people associate only with the standard language, and the term dialect, which is often associated with non-standard varieties thought of as less prestigious or "correct" than the standard.[2] Linguists speak of both standard and non-standard (vernacular[3]) varieties. "Lect" avoids the problem in ambiguous cases of deciding whether two varieties are distinct languages or dialects of a single language."
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Variety_(linguistics)]

name::
* Mcs.lagHmn.lect,
* Mcs.lagHmn.variety,
* Mcs.lect-of-lagHmn,
* Mcs.variety-of-lagHmn,

lagHmn.lingua-franka

description::
"A lingua franca (/ˌlɪŋɡwə ˈfræŋkə/; lit. Frankish tongue),[1] also known as a bridge language, common language, trade language, auxiliary language, vehicular language, or link language is a language or dialect systematically used to make communication possible between groups of people who do not share a native language or dialect, particularly when it is a third language that is distinct from both of the speakers' native languages.[2]
Lingua francas have developed around the world throughout human history, sometimes for commercial reasons (so-called "trade languages" facilitated trade), but also for cultural, religious, diplomatic, and administrative convenience, and as a means of exchanging information between scientists and other scholars of different nationalities.[3][4] The term is taken from the medieval Mediterranean Lingua Franca, a Romance-based pidgin language used (especially by traders and seamen) as a lingua franca in the Mediterranean Basin from the 11th to the 19th century. A world language – a language spoken internationally and by a large number of people – is a language that may function as a global lingua franca."
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lingua_franca {2019-08-12}]

name::
* Mcs.auxiliary-lagHmn!⇒lagCmn,
* Mcs.bridge-lagHmn!⇒lagCmn,
* Mcs.common-lagHmn!⇒lagCmn,
* Mcs.lagHmn.lingua-franka!⇒lagCmn,
* Mcs.lagCmn,
* Mcs.lingua-franka--lagHmn!⇒lagCmn,
* Mcs.link-lagHmn!⇒lagCmn,
* Mcs.trade-lagHmn!⇒lagCmn,
* Mcs.vehicular-lagHmn!⇒lagCmn,

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