Common Lexeme


Keywords: discourse

Pronunciation (IPA): 'las.kel 
Part of Speech: term verb noun 
Class: happat 
Forms: laskel 
Glosses: explain, explanation 


The term 'laskel' comes from Old Common and means an explanation or to explain something. It looks like Davidson might have intended the fictive etymology of lat + skel, 'out' + 'field'. The verb form is a happat verb of communication meaning to explain something to someone and works like other verbs in this class. The noun form is an explanation.

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