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Title: Studies in English Historical Lexicography, Lexicology and Semantics
Edited By: Javier E Díaz Vera
Series Title: Costerus Vol. 141

Javier E. DÍAZ VERA : Lexicography, semantics and lexicology in English historical linguistics. 1. Dictionaries of Early English.

Francisco CORTÉS RODRÍGUEZ and Ricardo MAIRAL USç'N: A preliminary design for a syntactic dictionary of Old English on semantic principles.

Javier E. DÍAZ VERA: The semantic architecture of the Old English verbal lexicon: A historical-lexicographical proposal.

Pamela FABER and Juan Gabriel VÁZUEZ GONZÁLEZ: Adapting functional-lexematic methodology to the structuring of Old English verbs: A programmatic proposal.

Christian J. KAY and Irené 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 MARTÍNEZ: The HORSE family : On the evolution of the field and its metaphorization process.

Malgorzata 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.

Päivi 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 VÁZUEZ GONZÁLEZ: 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 considerations.

Eulalio FERNÁNDEZ SÁNCHEZ: The cognitive etymological search for lexical traces of conceptual mappings: Analysis of the lexical-conceptual domain of the verbs of POSSESSION.

Manfred MARKUS: The Innsbruck Prose Corpus: Its concept and usability in Middle English lexicology.

Michiko OGURA: Words of EMOTION in Old and Middle English.

Janne SKAFFARI: 'Touched by an alien tongue': Studying lexical borrowings in the earliest Middle English. 5. The interface between Semantics, Syntax and Pragmatics.

Diana M. LEWIS: Rhetorical factors in lexical-semantic change: The case of at least.

Silvia MOLINA PLAZA: Modal change: A corpus study from 1500 to 1710 compared to current usage.

Anna POCH HIGUERAS and Isabel VERDAGUER CLAVERA: The rise of new meanings: A historical journey through English ways of looking at.

Junichi TOYOTA: Lexical analysis of Middle English passive constructions.

Publication Year: 2002
Publisher: Rodopi
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Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
English, Middle
English, Old
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Format: Hardback
ISBN: 9042013303
ISBN-13: N/A
Pages: XXI,610
Prices: USD 125, EURO 125