fusional language
Definition - A type of synthetic language in which single morphemes can convey multiple pieces of information. For example, in the Latin word feminarum, of women, the morpheme -arum conveys the notions {posssession, plural, feminine}.

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1. Some example fusional languages are Indo-European languages such as Greek, Latin, Russian, and German, and Semitic languages such as Hebrew and Arabic.



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