English (EN) Language Data
Inflectional Morphology Data
The Lexical Resource for English contains all the standard inflectional forms for nouns, verbs, adjectives, prepositions, conjunctions, etc.
Derivational Morphology Data
Contains all the standard derivational forms comparatives, superlatives and common compound words.
Extended Morphology Data
Contains the result of extending the inflectional and derivational forms lists as a result of considering additional morphological phenomena such as genitive forms and common contractions.
Contains the data regarding the relative frequency of appearance for the words in the above lists in the given language.
Each word has been assigned a frequency group, where the frequency group corresponds to a normalized logarithmic scale from 0 to 255. The most frequent word in the corpus has been assigned frequency group 255, and words not appearing in the corpus have been assigned frequency group 0.
Complementary Semantic Annotations
Named Entities Morphology Data
Contains the data regarding named entities comprising person names, places, companies and organizations.
Offensive Language Flag
Contains information per word indicating if the word might be considered offensive in certain contexts.
In addition to the lexical data for English, the Lexical Resource also contains the equivalent lexical data for the following dialects:
- Indian English
Volume of Language Data
Total number of forms
- Verbs: 50,000 forms (28%)
- Nouns: 110,000 forms (62%)
- Adjectives: 15,000 forms (8%)
- Other: 5,000 forms (2%)
Total number of lemmas
Each form is annotated with the lemma (root form), POS, and morphological attributes: tense, person, number, gender, degree and entity-type.
The canonical form for the inflected word.
Part of Speech such as noun, verb, adjective, etc.
Specifies when the action takes place such as past, present, future, etc.
Verb or pronoun refers to the first, second or third person.
State of being singular, dual or plural.
Noun, verb or adjective forms are provided, masculine, feminine, neuter, etc.
An adjective is specified as in its positive, comparative or superlative form.
Shortened form of a word or group of words.
Relative frequency of the form based on a large general-purpose corpus.
Pre-defined entities are tagged as person names, places, organization, etc.
Indicates whether the form might be considered offensive in certain contexts.