Category:Italian compound terms

Italian terms composed of two or more stems.

  • Category:Italian bahuvrihi compounds: Italian compounds in which the first part (A) modifies the second (B), and whose meaning follows a metonymic pattern: “<person> having a B that is A.”
  • Category:Italian exocentric compounds: Italian terms composed of two or more stems, none of which is the head of that compound.
  • Category:Italian verb-object compounds: Italian compounds in which the first element is a transitive verb, the second a term (usually but not always a noun) functioning as its (normally direct) object, and whose referent is the person or thing doing the action, or an adjective describing such a person or thing.
  • Category:Italian verb-verb compounds: Italian compounds composed of two or more verbs in apposition, often either synonyms or antonyms, and whose referent refers to the result of performing those actions.


Subcategories

This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total.

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