# lemma

İngilizce - Türkçe
ön kuram
{i} başta kabul edilmiş teorem
yardımcı önerme

Şimdi, bu yardımcı önermenin nasıl ana önermemizi kanıtlamak için kullanılabileceğini gösteriyoruz. - Now, we show how this lemma can be used to prove our main theorem.

yardımcı teorem
önsav
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) İç kavuz
{i} baş kelime
{i} başlık
bir şiir veya yazı önsözü
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (Harf-i cerdendir) Vaktâki, o zaman (mânâsındadır.) İstisna için: "İllâ" yerinde de olur
İngilizce - İngilizce
A lexeme; all the inflected forms of a term
A proposition proved or accepted for immediate use in the proof of some other proposition
The canonical form of an inflected word; usually, for verbs: the infinitive or the present tense, first person singular; and for nouns: the nominative singular
A preliminary or auxiliary proposition demonstrated or accepted for immediate use in the demonstration of some other proposition, as in mathematics or logic
{n} a previous or assumed proposition
a subsidiary proposition that is assumed to be true in order to prove another proposition
the head of an annotation or gloss
The lower or dorsal bract of a grass spikelet enclosing the caryopsis In Wheat it is readily removed with threshing but adheres in Barley and Oats
A floral bract of a grass flower
the set of different forms of a word, such as the inflected forms of a verb Ex 'sing', 'sang', 'sung' are one lemma, 'boy', 'boys' another lemmatisation: the process or result of dividing a text into lemmas +
An odd-veined bract, the lowermost of the floret which is attached to the rachilla where it delimits the floret
the lower and stouter of the two glumes immediately enclosing the floret in most Gramineae
n (Gr lemma, husk) the lower (abaxial), and larger, of two membranous bracts enclosing the flower in grass
the head of an annotation or gloss a subsidiary proposition that is assumed to be true in order to prove another proposition the lower and stouter of the two glumes immediately enclosing the floret in most Gramineae
A theorem (or metatheorem) proved only for the sake of another theorem (or metatheorem)
Ultimately from Greek lambanw, hence "(something) received " The closest common equivalent is probably a "proposition" or perhaps "suggestion, statement " This is the sense in which the term is used in mathematics: A subsidiary proposition, of no great importance in itself, which is used to prove a more important theorem In textual criticism, "lemma" usually is used to describe the text of a running commentary or commentary manuscript So, for example, we might cite Origenlem and Origencomm, with the lemma being the reading found in the biblical text of the manuscript and the commentary being found in the margin Since the biblical text seems more liable to correction than the commentary, the value of a lemma is usually less than the reading(s) in the margin Thus certain editions will only cite a lemma where the commentary is missing or unclear
The base term defined in the entry
{i} helping theory, subordinate proposition (Mathematics); headword, word that is explained or clarified
An auxiliary proposition used in the demonstration of another proposition; from the Greek 'to take' or 'lay hold of' Imagine climbing a ladder, as you progress, you take hold of the next step
The lower bract enclosing the flower of grass See drawing of parts of a grass plant
The lower of two bracts enclosing the flower of a grass
A canonical form of a term, particularly in the context of highly inflected languages
Yoneda lemma
Given a category C with an object A, let HA be a representable functor from C to the category of Sets, and let F be any functor from C to Sets, then there is a "natural" isomorphism between the set F(A) and Nat(HA,F), the set of natural transformations from HA to F
Zorn's lemma
A proposition of set theory stating that every partially ordered set, in which every chain (i.e. totally ordered subset) has an upper bound, contains at least one maximal element
five lemma
A particular lemma that claims the existence of a particular isomorphism in a commutative diagram given certain other homomorphisms in the diagram
hotelling's lemma
Hotelling's lemma is a result in microeconomics that relates the supply of a good to the profit of the good's producer
lemmas
plural of lemma
lemmata
plural of lemma
lemma

lem·ma

lemı

## Telaffuz

/ˈlemə/ /ˈlɛmə/

## Etimoloji

[ 'le-m& ] (noun.) 1570. From Ancient Greek λῆμμα (lēmma, “premise, assumption”), from λαμβάνω (lambanō, “I take”).

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