A word family is a group of words that share the same lexeme or root. Also called “lexical families”, they are made up of primitive words (book) and its derived words: freeeria, freeesco, freeote.
How is a word family formed?
In this case, the lexeme or root is libr-. By adding morphemes, derived words can be formed, for example:
- book + audio prefix- = Audiofreeor
- book + suffix -ero = freeero
- book + diminutive = freeito
- book + inflectional plural = freeyou
Lexical book family
Words derived from “book” with their definitions
- Audiobook (noun). Sound recording of the reading of a literary work.
- Libracho (noun). Libraco.
- Libraco (noun). A derogatory way of referring to a book.
- Librazo (noun). Hit that occurs with a book. Way of referring to a very good book.
- Library (noun). Establishment where books are sold. Library.
- Bookcase (adjective). Pertaining to or related to the book trade.
- Bookseller, ra (noun). Person who is dedicated to the sale of books.
- Libreco, ca (adjective). Pertaining to or related to the book.
- Notebook (noun). Small book used for making annotations.
- Libretist (noun). Person who makes scripts.
- Libretto (noun). Script of a movie or television program. Text of a lyrical work.
- Little book (noun). Diminutive of “book”.
- Gamebook (noun). Type of children’s book that aims to involve the reader by presenting them with various games.
- Books (noun). Plural of “book”.
- Booklet (noun). Augmentative of “book”.
- Bookends (noun). Support to hold or transport books.
- Bookend (noun). Stopper that serves as a support to hold books.
- Video book (noun). Book that mostly has images or that only consists of them.
Sentences with the “book” word family
- Loved going to library and go home with many books new.
- The young man searched the attic and found a libraco old and huge.
- The novel I gave my mother for her birthday is a librazo.
- He wrote down the address on a notebook and put it in his pocket.
- The Bookseller He recommended a volume of short stories that he liked very much.
- I bought myself a little book kitchen to learn how to bake cakes.
- During the car ride, the children heard a audiobook and they behaved very well.
- The libretto from the movie we saw last night is really very bad.
- Forgot the book holder in the square and lost his favorite novel.
- The girl had an imagination bookish without equal.