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 ====== Rules for names of concepts ====== ====== Rules for names of concepts ======
  
-New concepts that are formally included in the Gellish language and thus are added to the [[:​gellish_english_dictionary|Gellish Dictionary]] ​(STEPlib) ​shall have one or more names and synonyms, abbreviations or codes that satisfy the rules below.+New concepts that are formally included in the Gellish language and thus are added to the [[:​gellish_english_dictionary|Gellish Dictionary]] shall have one or more names and synonyms, abbreviations or codes that satisfy the rules below.
  
 ====== 1. Uniqueness context ====== ====== 1. Uniqueness context ======
-Names, abbreviations and codes need not be generally unique within Gellish. So, homonyms are allowed, provided that the names, abbreviations or codes are unique within a particular explicitly specified language community such as a discipline within a natural language or within the language '​international'​. \\ +Names, abbreviations and codes need not be generally unique within Gellish. So, homonyms are allowed, provided that the names, abbreviations or codes are unique within a particular explicitly specified ​//language community// such as a discipline within a natural language or within the language '​international'​. \\ 
-For example, the concept vessel that is defined in the context of static equipment ​engineering ​as a subtype ​of container is another concept than the concept vessel that is defined in the context of marine ​engineering ​as a subtype ​of ship. Those two concepts will have different unique identifiers in Gellish, but may have the same name. This is expressed in a Gellish ​Table as follows: \\+For example, the concept vessel that is defined in the context of static equipment ​technology ​as a kind of container is another concept than the concept vessel that is defined in the context of marine ​technology ​as a kind of ship. Those two concepts will have different unique identifiers in Gellish, but may have the same name. This is expressed in a Gellish ​expression table as follows: \\
 ^Language^Language community^UID of left hand object^Name of left hand object^ ^Language^Language community^UID of left hand object^Name of left hand object^
 | English | static equipment engineering | 1 | vessel| | English | static equipment engineering | 1 | vessel|
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   * Abbreviation:​ MW   * Abbreviation:​ MW
  
-Note: The abbreviations of units of measure are defined in the language '​international'​. Thus they don't need to be redefined in every Gellish ​languge ​variant.+Note: The abbreviations of units of measure are defined in the language '​international'​. Thus they don't need to be redefined in every Gellish ​language ​variant.
  
 ====== 5. Types ====== ====== 5. Types ======
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 ====== 6. Properties of components ====== ====== 6. Properties of components ======
-A specification of a property of a component that is specific only for that component is often indicated by a name that includes the name of that component in the name of the property. The name of such property consists of the name of the property, followed by the phrase ‘of a’ (or of an’), followed by the name of the kind of component. \\ +A specification of a kind of property of a kind of component that is specific only for that kind of component is often indicated by a name that includes the name of that kind of component in the name of the kind of intrinsic ​property. The name of such an intrinsic ​property consists of the name of the kind of property, followed by the phrase ‘of a’ (or 'of an’), followed by the name of the kind of component. \\ 
-Each of such component property has at least one synonym that consists of the name of the kind of component followed by the name of the property. \\+Each of such an intrinsic ​component property has at least one synonym that consists of the name of the kind of component followed by the name of the kind of property. \\
 For example: For example:
   * Name: diameter of a displacer   * Name: diameter of a displacer
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 ====== 7. Material of construction ====== ====== 7. Material of construction ======
-A specification of a material from which a component is made that is specific only for that component is often indicated by a name that includes the name of that component in the name of the property. The name of such a property consists of the phrase ‘material of construction of a’, followed by the name of the kind of component. \\+A specification of a material from which a component is made that is specific only for that kind of component is often indicated by a name that includes the name of that kind of component in the name of the kind of intrinsic ​property. The name of such a kind of intrinsic ​property consists of the phrase ‘material of construction of a’, followed by the name of the kind of component. \\
 Each of such a component material has at least one synonym that consists of the name of the kind of component followed by the term ‘material’. \\ Each of such a component material has at least one synonym that consists of the name of the kind of component followed by the term ‘material’. \\
 It may have another synonym that consists of the phrase ‘material of’, followed by the name of the kind of component. \\ It may have another synonym that consists of the phrase ‘material of’, followed by the name of the kind of component. \\
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