Syntagma meaning

sĭntăm
A sequence of linguistic units in a syntagmatic relationship to one another.
noun
0
0
A sequence of words in a particular syntactic relationship to one another; a construction.
noun
0
0
(linguis.) A unit in a sequential linguistic structure.
noun
0
0
A syntactic string of words that forms a part of some larger syntactic unit; a construction.

They are the three Transylvanian peoples collectively known under the syntagma of Unio Trium Nationum.

noun
0
0
A sequence of linguistic units in a syntagmatic relationship to one another.
noun
0
0
Advertisement
A Macedonian phalanx fighting formation consisting of 256 men with long spears (sarissae).
noun
0
0

Origin of syntagma

  • New Latin from French syntagme from Greek suntagma suntagmat- arrangement, syntactic unit from suntassein suntag- to put in order syntax

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Late Latin syntagma, from Ancient Greek σύνταγμα (suntagma, “syntactical element"), from συντάσσω (suntassō, “arrange together", “to order").

    From Wiktionary