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|P||Attribute (en)||Value (en)||Code (en)|
Attributive/predicative distinction reflects positional constraints - some adjectives ('mere', 'utter', etc.) only appear in prenominal position, while others ('awake', 'devoid', etc.) only appear in predicative position. Most can appear in either.
This index gives the complete list of morphosyntactic descriptions (MSDs) and their features. In the table below, the first column gives the MSD, the second its expansion into a feature-structure, the third gives the number of entries in the lexicon (71,784 entries), and the fourth gives some examples as word-form/lemma. The list was extracted form the English MULTEXT-East lexicon.
|MSD (en)||Features (en)||Lexical entries||Examples of usage|
|Af||Adjective Type=qualificative||865||zany, young, yellow, yeasty, wry, wrinkly, worthy, wormy, worldly|
|Afp||Adjective Type=qualificative Degree=positive||8533||zoological, zonal, Zionist, Zimbabwean, zigzag, zenithal, zealous|
|Afc||Adjective Type=qualificative Degree=comparative||919||zanier/zany, younger/young, yellower/yellow, yeastier/yeasty|
|Afs||Adjective Type=qualificative Degree=superlative||723||zaniest/zany, youngest/young, yellowest/yellow, wriest/wry, worthiest/worthy|