Under the section Derivation and other types of word formation the article clearly states that from a linguistic point of view compounds are not considered to be derivations: Derivation can be contrasted with other types of word formation such as compounding. Note that derivational affixes are bound morphemes – they are meaningful units, but can only normally occur when attached to another word.In that respect, derivation differs from compounding by which free morphemes are combined (lawsuit, Latin professor).You're invited to participate however you like and to suggest next month's topic.If you participate, please let us know here or on Meta, to keep track on the evolution of Lexi Session.Please keep in mind the rules of discussion: remain civil, don't make personal attacks, don't change other people's posts, and sign your comments with four tildes (~~~~), which produces your name with timestamp. There are various other discussion rooms which may serve the idea behind your questions better.Please take a look to see which is most appropriate.We still receive zero money for this publication and we are not supported by any user group or chapter, it's just a way for us to show how cool our project and community are.Feel free to send us comments or to start your own journal (we're eager to read it and we can help you to start it!
Noé , 1 January 2018 (UTC) Actualités this month include an article about Trump censuring words, a presentation of a book, an investigation about the definition of peace, some words about the Tech survey, links to cool stuff, statistics, shorts news and nice pictures!
—Mahāgaja If you look at the block log for some of these accounts, you'll notice we dealt with this person back in 2013 & 2014- it was obvious at the time what they were up to.
My impression at the time was that this was a typical expat wannabe hardliner trying to rewrite geographical terminology to fit their Pakistani/Islamist worldview.
--Per utramque cavernam (talk) , 2 January 2018 (UTC) I abstain; although your suggestion is logical, the present situation has its advantages. A while ago, I looked up the definition of Derived terms in the section Derived terms at Wiktionary: Entry layout.
Like other pages deleted at RFDO, there are more special cases in which they may be deleted (say, if the page lacks descendants). There, I was told that Derived terms list terms that are morphological derivatives. I looked it up at Wikipedia (Morphological derivation).