Origin of syntacticfrom Modern Latin syntacticus from Classical Greek syntaktikos from syntaxis: see syntax
The definition of syntactic is relating to the rules of language.
An example of something syntactic is a sentence that uses the correct form of a verb; syntactic sentence.
Of, relating to, or conforming to the rules of syntax.
Origin of syntacticGreek suntaktikos putting together from suntaktos constructed from suntassein to construct ; see syntax .
syntactic - Computer Definition
- The child with SLI also often has difficulties learning language incidentally, that is, in picking up the meaning of a new word from context or generalizing a new syntactic form.
- The child with SLI often has difficulties learning language "incidentally," (picking up the meaning of a new word from context or generalizing a new syntactic form).