Define stemming. stemming synonyms, stemming pronunciation, stemming Gothic stōma basis, Latin stāmen thread] ˈstemˌlike adj. ˈstemmer n. stem (stɛm) vb
latin-stemming – Functions for getting and comparing Latin word stems.
Romance; Ethnicity: Latin peoples: Geographic distribution: Originated in coastal Mediterranean and western Europe; now also spoken all over the Americas
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Stem definition, the ascending axis as tend-, the stem in Latin tendere “to stretch,” the root of which is ten-. stemmed, stemming. 20. to remove the stem
stemming: to stop or check by or as if by damming
latin-stemming. Functions for getting the stems for Latin words. Based on the Schinke algorithm. The key thing to note about this approach is that it can be applied
stem (third-person singular simple present stems, present participle stemming, simple past and past participle stemmed) Latin Verb . stem.
In linguistic morphology and information retrieval, stemming is the process of reducing inflected (or sometimes derived) words to their word stem, base or root form
Stemming definition, the ascending axis of a plant, whether above or below ground, which ordinarily grows in an opposite direction to the root or descending axis. See