Why is "pineapple" in English but "ananas" in all other languages?
Psycholinguistically, a lemma is an abstract conceptual form of a word. However from a lexicographic perspective, the lemma is merely the aorist or canonical form of a word. In English, the lemma of ...
There seem to be three basic categories for tri-part phrasal verbs: (1) genuine or inseparable (come up with); (2) flexible in that the final particle can be left off in certain situations (brush up ...