Morpheme is defined as the smallest unit that denotes meaning within a particular language ; smallest meaningful unit of language, such as syllables or words. . Morpheme, moreover is defined as the smallest element in a language that carries meaning. Free Morphemes are words; Bound morphemes are prefixes, suffixes, and, in some languages, infixes. Please see also Word.

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