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thematic

[thee-mat-ik]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to a theme.
2.
Grammar.
a.
(of a word or words) of, pertaining to, or producing a theme or themes.
b.
(of a vowel) pertaining to the theme or stem: the thematic vowel ends the stem and precedes the inflectional ending of a word form, as i in Latin audiō “I hear.”

Origin:
1690–1700; < Greek thematikós, equiv. to themat- (stem of théma) theme + -ikos -ic

thematically, adverb
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unthematically, adverb
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thematic (θɪˈmætɪk)
 
adj
1.  of, relating to, or consisting of a theme or themes
2.  linguistics denoting a word that is the theme of a sentence
3.  grammar
 a.  denoting a vowel or other sound or sequence of sounds that occurs between the root of a word and any inflectional or derivational suffixes
 b.  of or relating to the stem or root of a word
 
n
4.  grammar a thematic vowel: ``-o-'' is a thematic in the combining form ``psycho-''
 
thematically
 
adv

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