- English language -- Lexicography -- History.
- Lexicology -- History
- English language -- Old English, ca. 450-1100 -- Lexicography.
- English language -- Old English, ca. 450-1100 -- Lexicology.
- English language -- Middle English, 1100-1500 -- Lexicography.
- English language -- Middle English, 1100-1500 -- Lexicology.
- Costerus new series ; 141
- 9042013303 (hbk.)
- 9789042013308 (hbk.)
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- CONTENTS: Javier E. DIAZ VERA: Lexicography, semantics and lexicology in English historical linguistics. 1. Dictionaries of Early English. Francisco CORTES RODRIGUEZ and Ricardo MAIRAL USON: A preliminary design for a syntactic dictionary of Old English on semantic principles. Javier E. DIAZ VERA: The semantic architecture of the Old English verbal lexicon: A historical-lexicographical proposal. Pamela FABER and Juan Gabriel VAZQUEZ GONZALEZ: Adapting functional-lexematic methodology to the structuring of Old English verbs: A programmatic proposal. Christian J. KAY and Irene WOTHERSPOON: Turning the dictionary inside out: Some issues in the compilation of a historical thesaurus. Louise SYLVESTER and Jane ROBERTS: Word studies on early English: Contexts for a thesaurus of Middle English. 2. Early Dictionaries of English. Maurizio GOTTI: The origin of 17th century canting terms. Anne MCDERMOTT: Early dictionaries of English and historical corpora: In search of hard words. 3. Semantic Change and Reconstruction. Isabel de la CRUZ CABANILLAS and Cristina TEJEDOR MARTINEZ: The HORSE family: On the evolution of the field and its metaphorization process. Ma3 gorzata FABISZAK: A semantic analysis of FEAR, GRIEF and ANGER words in Old English. Caroline GEVAERT: The evolution of the lexical and conceptual field of ANGER in Old and Middle English. Paivi KOIVISTO-ALANKO: Prototypes in semantic change: A diachronic perspective on abstract nouns. Manuela ROMANO POZO: A morphodynamic interpretation of synonymy and polysemy in Old English. Juan Gabriel VAZQUEZ GONZALEZ: Using diachrony to predict and arrange the past: Giving and transferring landed property in Anglo-Saxon times. 4. Lexical Variation and Change in the History of English. Merja BLACK STENROOS: Words for MAN in the transmission of Piers Plowman. Claire COWIE and Christianne DALTON-PUFFER: Diachronic word-formation and studying changes in productivity over time: Theoretical and methodological con.
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