categorial

categorial

[kat-i-gawr-ee-uhl, -gohr-]
adjective Linguistics.
1.
of or pertaining to a categorial grammar.
2.
(in generative grammar) of or pertaining to the part of the base component that contains rules for establishing syntactic categories and ordering the elements within them.

Origin:
category + -al1; compare German categorial (1880) pertaining to categories in logic

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categorial (ˌkætɪˈɡɔːrɪəl)
 
adj
1.  of or relating to a category
2.  logic See syllogism (of a statement) consisting of a subject, S, and a predicate, P, each of which denotes a class, and having one of the following forms: all S are P (universal affirmative); some S are P (particular affirmative); some S are not P (particular negative); no S are P (universal negative)

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