stuart yeates wrote:
> Referring to the definition for tei:w at
> The definitions of @lemma and @lemmaRef seem to imply:
> (a) that @lemma and @lemmaRef differ by something other than the
> location of the lemma; one is uninflected form, one is a root.
> (b) that words can only have a single uninflected form or root.
> The best European counter-examples I can think of are long German
> compound nouns and Welsh placenames, both of which use
> concatenation to form multi-rooted words. Māori appears similar
> to Welsh in this regard.
James Cummings wrote:
> And the speed and efficiency of the TEI@Oxford editorial support team
> means that Lou has now gone and fixed this bug in subversion ready for
> the next release.
Thank you James and Lou for that.
Further reflection has enlightened me that I can link from a single
compound tei:w to it's several roots / stems / lemma using either
@corresp (@corresp being the new @type) or standoff markup (in
accordance with the adage that there are few problems that can't be
solved with a layer of indirection).
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