Resource: Italian lexicon with morphological information and clitic verbs
|Reference||Italian lexicon with morphological information and clitic verbs|
|Date of Submission||Jan. 24, 2014, 4:29 p.m.|
This Italian lexicon is the same as the one described in ELRA-L0069, but with the addition of clitic verbs, which increases the number of inflected forms to 1,800,000 (still corresponding to 112,000 simple words lemmas). Half the lexicon is made up of clitic verbs. It contains:
Each line in the resource file shows an inflected form, its part of speech, its related lemma and its morphological information. The inflected forms were generated using two databases: one containing the lemmas with the related root(s) and paradigm number(s), the other one containing the paradigm numbers with the related terminations and morphological information.
Each row in the resource file consists of four fields following the structure below:
The part of speech and the morphological information are encoded using our internal standard (an abbreviation key file is also provided).