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Lemma may refer to:
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- Lemma (mathematics), a proven statement used as a stepping-stone toward the proof of another statement
- Lemma (morphology), the canonical form or citation form of a word
- Lemma (psycholinguistics), an intermediate form a word about to be uttered takes during speech production
- Headword, in lexica
- Lemma (logic), which is simultaneously a premise for a contention above it and a contention for premises below it
- Lemma (botany), one of the specialised bracts enclosing a floret in a grass inflorescence
- Lemma (album), by John Zorn
- Analemma, the curve traced out by a celestial body over the course of a year on the celestial sphere of another body; a phenomenon that may be used to determine the time of year
- Morris Iemma (Note: spelling with a capital i), former premier of the Australian state of New South Wales
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