SPAN is for generic use

span

The span element may be applied to any word or phrase for the purpose of styling or targeting with JavaScript. It is a generic semantax for use when none of the other term-marks apply.

By default, a "span" semantax is implied when using blue-phrase term-mark syntax. Because of this, the "span" keyword may be omitted.

Examples

The root <<span.grk chrono>> comes from the Greek word meaning <<i time>>.    
The root <<span.grk geo>> comes from the Greek word meaning <<i earth>>.
The root <<span.latn audi>> comes from the Latin word meaning <<i hear>>.
The root <<span.latn circ>> comes from the Latin word meaning <<i round>>.

style {
.grk { background-color: black; color: white; }
.latn { background-color: gray; color: white; }
}
The span element used for styling

The root <<.grk chrono>> comes from the Greek word meaning <<i time>>.    
The root <<.grk geo>> comes from the Greek word meaning <<i earth>>.
The root <<.latn audi>> comes from the Latin word meaning <<i hear>>.
The root <<.latn circ>> comes from the Latin word meaning <<i round>>.

style {
.grk { background-color: black; color: white; }
.latn { background-color: gray; color: white; }
}
The span element with implied semantax

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