Copula may refer to:

  • copula (linguistics), a word used to link subject and predicate
    • Indo-European copula, this word in the Indo-European languages
  • copula (music), a type of polyphonic texture similar to organum
  • copula (probability theory), a function linking marginal variables into a multivariate distribution
  • copula linguae, an embryonic structure of the tongue

Other articles related to "copula":

Tigrinya Verbs - Copula and Verb of Existence
... Semitic languages, Tigrinya has a copula ('be') and a separate verb of existence and location ('exist, be located'), neither of which is conjugated like other verbs ... For the present tense, both the copula and the verb of existence use forms with subject agreement suffixes rather than anything resembling the imperfect ... The copula cannot take conjunctive prefixes instead, forms of the regular verb ኮነ konä 'become' are used እንተኾነ ǝntäxonä if he is, becomes ...
BZJ - Grammar - Copula
... de iina london/ ('we are in London') with true adjectives in Belizean Kriol, no copula is needed e.g ... /Ai haadbak nau/ ('I am old now') Contrast of Copula Forms Copula = helping verb forms of “be” ...
Fort Of Nossa Senhora Da Rocha (Porches) - Architecture
... capitals (dated to the 3rd-4th century) and a rectangular space with copula, atypical of other regional religious temples ... In the interior, the copula is covered by wood with a modern retable, divided into three section, aligned to the eastern-facing wall ... The orctagonal false copula is covered in wood framework ...
Copula (music)
... With regard to early polyphony the term copula has a variety of meanings ... "A copula is a rapid, connected discant..." However, it is often considered to be a particular type of polyphonic texture similar to organum, but with modal rhythm ... The music theorist Johannes de Garlandia favoured this description of copula ...
Modern Standard Tibetan Grammar - Copulas - Existential Copulas - Existential-assertive Copula
... ཡོད་རེད་ is the "assertive" copula ... This copula is used with the second and third person pronouns and implies a definite assertion by the speaker ...