binarity

binarity

[bahy-nar-i-tee, -nair-]
noun Linguistics.
a principle of analysis requiring that a linguistic system, as a phonological, case, or semantic system, be represented as a set of binary oppositions.
Also, binarism [bahy-nuh-riz-uhm] .


Origin:
binar(y) + -ity

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