LINGUIST List 6.349

Fri 10 Mar 1995

Qs: Italian, Conjugations, Gender, Klingon

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  1. "MR SB REDMOND", Italian Lexicon Needed
  2. , Q: Statistics on Conjugations in Latin, Italian etc.
  3. Kasandra Griffin, spanish gender and dictionaries
  4. Bill Chan, Q's:Klingon Language

Message 1: Italian Lexicon Needed

Date: Wed, 8 Mar 1995 16:19:48 GItalian Lexicon Needed
From: "MR SB REDMOND" <D91SBRcauseway.infc.ulst.ac.uk>
Subject: Italian Lexicon Needed

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I am seeking an Italian Lexicon to use as part of a MAT system, but
can not find one on the web.

The type of Lexicon i am seeking is one which contains both
subcatorisation, and morphonlogical elements. But actually any
lexicon will do as long as it is machine readable, and adaptable.
Size dosn't matter, and base catogories are what I am most intersted
about.

If anyone is working on one could they give me a couple of pointers,
as the project is using LPA Prolog.
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Message 2: Q: Statistics on Conjugations in Latin, Italian etc.

Date: Wed, 8 Mar 1995 09:18:27 +Q: Statistics on Conjugations in Latin, Italian etc.
From: <arianth.vu.nl>
Subject: Q: Statistics on Conjugations in Latin, Italian etc.

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Dear Linguists,

I am looking for (references to) statistics on the verbal
conjugations (-a-, -e-, -i- congugations etc) in Latin or
other languages that know that kind of form classes.

Basically, I'm interested in type and token frequency
distributions, but anything more specialized would also
be greatly appreciated.

Can anyone help me?

Thanks in advance,

Arian

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Dr Arian J.C. Verheij | email arianth.vu.nl
VU, Dpt. Computer Science & Biblical Studies | phone +31 20 444 6625/7
De Boelelaan 1105, NL 1081 HV Amsterdam | fax +31 20 444 6635
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Message 3: spanish gender and dictionaries

Date: 07 Mar 95 23:05:12 PST
From: Kasandra Griffin <Kasandra.Griffindirectory.Reed.EDU>
Subject: spanish gender and dictionaries

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In the course of a larger project, I have been unable to find a definitive
description of the phonological assignment of gender to Spanish nouns (as has
been done with French by Tucker, Lambert and Rigault in the 70's.) Does such a
work exist? If not, I may attempt it, in which case I will need a manipulable
on-line Spanish dictionary (sort first by "word class" and then from the final
phone ...) Again, does any such thing exist? Any suggestions would be
appreciated.
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Message 4: Q's:Klingon Language

Date: Tue, 7 Mar 95 22:42:23 PSTQ's:Klingon Language
From: Bill Chan <bchansol.uvic.ca>
Subject: Q's:Klingon Language

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Hello everybody. Does anyone know what language Marc Okrand used to create the
Klingon language from Star Trek? I heard from soneone that the language used
was a Native Indian language spoken in the California area. If anyone knows,
could someone send me a reply? Thanks.

Bill
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