GRAMMATICAL AND LEXICAL ABBREVIATIONS

abbr – abbreviation
act – active voice
add – additive case
adj/ Adj – adjective
adv/ Adv – adverb
aff – affirmative
ajc – adjacent
ant – antonym
appos – apposition
aprt – active participle / present participle
arch – archaic (old, no longer in use)
art – article
asrt – assertive mood
attr – attributive
aux v – auxiliary verb
bg – background
c – common gender
card – cardinal numeral
caus – causative
cent – centric case
coll – collocation
comp – compound
conj/cnj – conjunction
cmpr – comparative
dat – dative case
decl – declarative mood
def – definite
dem – demonstrative
dep – dependent (clause)
det – determiner
dim – diminutive
dir – direct case/ voice
distr – distributive case
dobj – direct object
emph – emphatic
epit – epithet
erg – ergative case
ev – evidential
exist – existential
f/fem – feminine
fin – finite verb
foc – focus
fut – future tense
ger – gerund
hyph – hyphenated
idm – idiom
imp – imperative mood
ind – indicative mood
inf – infinitive
int – interrogative
intr /i – intransitive
interj/ inj  – interjection
is – indirect speech
m/masc – masculine
mod – modal/ mood
n – noun
neut – neuter gender
neg – negation/ negative
nfin- non finite
nom – nominative
nom com – nominal compound
num – numeral
obj – object
onom – onomatopoeia
opp – opposite
opt – opative mood
ord – ordinal number
orig – origin
pass – passive voice
perm – -permission/ permissive mood
pers – personal
phr – phrase
phr v – phrasal verb
pl – plural
pp – past participle
poss – possessive
pprt – past participle/ passive participle
pred – predicative
pref – prefix
prep – preposition
perf –  perfect
prog – progressive
pron – pronoun
pres t – present tense
prtl – particle (adverb)
prtcl – participle
pst/ pt – past tense
sb – somebody
sing – singular
sth – something
subj – subject
suff – suffix
v – verb