noun syn·tag·ma \sin-ˈtag-mə\
plural syn·tag·mas or syn·tag·ma·ta \-mə-tə\

Definition of SYNTAGMA

:  a syntactic element
syn·tag·mat·ic \ˌsin-ˌtag-ˈma-tik\ adjective

Origin of SYNTAGMA

Greek, from syntassein
First Known Use: 1937


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