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#NAME "Abbreviations for WordNet 3.0 (En-En)"
#INDEX_LANGUAGE "English"
#CONTENTS_LANGUAGE "English"

Freq.
	Frequency count. The number of times each semantically tagged sense occurs in the Semantic Concordance files.
Syn
	Synonyms - words with the same meaning
Ant
	Antonyms - words with the opposite meaning
Pertains to noun
	Only for relational adjectives. For example, "medical" pertains to "medicine" and "musical" pertains to "music".
Derived from adjective
	Only for adverbs.
Similar to
	Similar to ...
See Also
	See Also ...
Derivationally related forms
	For example, a derivationally related form of "meter" is "metrical".
Usage Domain
	Usage Domains for this entry
Topics
	Topic Domains for this entry
Regions
	Region Domains for this entry
Members of this Usage Domain
	Members of this Usage Domain
Members of this Topic
	Members of this Topic
Members of this Region
	Members of this Region
Hypernyms
	The generic term used to designate a whole class of specific instances. Y  is a hypernym of X  if X is a (kind of) Y. E.g., "tree" is a hypernym of "oak".
Instance Hypernyms
	E.g., the instance hypernym of "Mississippi River" is "river".
Hyponyms
	The specific term used to designate a member of a class. X  is a hyponym of Y  if X  is a (kind of) Y. E.g., "oak" is a hyponym of "tree".
Instance Hyponyms
	Instance hyponyms represent specific instances of something. E.g., "Amazon River" is an instance hyponym of "river". 
Member Holonyms
	X is a member holonym of Y if Y is a member of X. E.g., "forest" is a member holonym of "tree".
Substance Holonyms
	X is a substance holonym of Y if Y is a substance of X. E.g., "air" is a substance holonym of "oxygen".
Part Holonyms
	X is a part holonym of Y if Y is a part of X. E.g., "bird" is a part holonym of "wing".
Member Meronyms
	X is a member meronym of Y if X is a member of Y. E.g., "tree" is a member meronym of "forest".
Substance Meronyms
	X is a substance of Y if X is a substance of Y. E.g., "oxygen" is a substance meronym of "air".
Part Meronyms
	X is a part meronym of Y if X is a part of Y. E.g., "wing" is a part meronym of "bird".
Attrubites
	Attribute is a noun for which adjectives express values. The noun "weight" is an attribute, for which the adjectives "light" and "heavy"  express values.
Verb Group
	Verb Group
Entailment
	A verb X entails Y if X  cannot be done unless Y is, or has been, done. E.g., "snore" entails "sleep".
Cause
	A verb X causes Y if X denotes the causation of the state or activity referred to by Y. E.g., "scare" causes "fear".
Participle of verb
	Participle of verb
Verb Frames
	Generic sentence frames illustrating the types of simple sentences in which the verb can be used.