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Lexical may also refer to:
- Lexical or content word, words referring to things, as opposed to having only grammatical meaning, the opposite of function word
- Lexical verb, a member of an open class of verbs that includes all verbs except auxiliary verbs
- Lexical aspect, a characteristic of the meaning of verbs
- Lexical form, the canonical form of a word, under which it appears in dictionaries
- Lexical definition or dictionary definition, the meaning of a term in common usage
- Lexical semantics, a subfield of linguistic semantics that studies how and what the words of a language denote
- Lexical analysis, the process of converting a sequence of characters into a sequence of tokens
- Lexical Markup Framework, the ISO standard for natural language processing and machine-readable dictionary lexicons
- Lexical scope, a scope in computer programming
- Lexical approach, a method of teaching foreign languages
- Lexical hypothesis, a widely used theory in personality psychology
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