A lexical gap or lacuna is an absence of a word in a particular language. Types of lexical gaps include untranslatability (when a distinct concept in another language does not have a distinct word in the language in question) and accidental gaps (missing inflections or other variants which might logically be expected to exist via the ordinary rules of the language).
the empty mind full of lighters
Timestamp: Sunday 2012/09/16 4:34:08
← Lacuna, Inc.