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Title: Thi Timit Lof
Subtitle: Festschrift für Arend Quak zum 65. Geburtstag.
Edited By: Guus Kroonen
Erika Langbroek
Harry Perridon
Annelies Roeleveld
URL: http://www.rodopi.nl/senj.asp?BookId=ABAG+67
Series Title: Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 67
Description:

Inhalt/Contents
Die Herausgeber - Vorwort
The editors - Preface
Tabula Gratulatoria

Runen/Runes
Michael P. Barnes: On the status and transliteration of the additional
characters of medieval Scandinavian runic writing
Alessia Bauer und Peter Pieper: Die S-Fibel von Aschheim: Ein Beitrag zur
Sprachgeschichte des Althochdeutschen
Lena Peterson: Mansnamnet (ACK.) nuka I U 768 och U 1165 – ett
ortografiskt dilemma
Michael Schulte: Die sprachliche Deutung der Hogganvik-Inschrift –
Ergänzungen zum vorläufigen Bericht
Gaby Waxenberger: The Old English Runic Inscription of the Whitby Comb
and Modern Technology
Henrik Williams: Det inledande personnamnet på en av runstenarna i
Danderyds kyrka, U 129

Linguistik, Etymologie/Linguistics, Etymology
Wolfgang Beck: 'donerdutigo'. Zur historiola des Zauberspruchs 'Contra
caducum morbum'
Luc de Grauwe: Altgermanisch, besonders gotisch 'wilja', ‘Gesinnung’ und die
umstrittene Interpretation von Lk 2:14 (Vulg. 'pax hominibus bonae voluntatis')
Tette Hofstra: Zum niederländischen Wort 'zeep' und seinen Verwandten
Frederik Kortlandt: Where have all the aorists gone?
Guus Kroonen: Neuniederländisch 'zeug', 'Sau‘ und 'spugen', 'speien’: zwei
Beispiele der westgermanischen Velarisierung?
Andrea de Leeuw van Weenen: Was sind 'vindæðar'?
Muriel Norde: A few notes on the history of Swedish particle verbs
Harry Perridon: Long ū in Germanic
Marlies Philippa: Over de etymologie van 'zwichten'
Wil Pijnenburg: Oudgermanistiek, wat een 'vak'! Over 'vak', 'vaak', en 'veken'
en hun onderlinge relatie
Annelies Roeleveld: Verrassend? Toponiemen in het Etymologisch
Woordenboek van het Nederlands
Tanneke Schoonheim: Lat. 'mare' of onl. 'marc', een nieuwe Oudnederlandse
Orosiusglosse?
Patrick V. Stiles: The 2.sg. pret. indic. of strong verbs in Frisian: old and new
facts and views (with a discussion of Codex Unia 'thest')
Heinrich Tiefenbach: Nordalbingisches
Michiel de Vaan: West-Germanic '*ai' in Frisian
Oebele Vries: 'Toe aer heer ende aegh syoen<' (‘Zu Ohrenhör und
Augensicht’). Eine altfriesische alliterierende Paarformel im Sinnbereich des
Zeugenbeweises

Sonstig/Other
Carla Dauven-van Knippenberg: Das Ostergeschehen im Alsfelder
Passionsspiel: ein transgenerischer Analyseversuch
Hans Fix: Eine Freundschaft in Briefen. Hugo Gering und Barend Sijmons
1880-1925
Maria Bonner: „Manches ist ansprechend, fast alles scharfsinnig, kaum
etwas überzeugend.“ Bewertungen wissenschaftlicher Leistung in den Briefen
von Barend Sijmons an Hugo Gering
Erika Langbroek: „Vnser leuen frowen rozenkrantz“; ein Mariengebet im
'Hartebok'
Henk van der Liet: Iceland: a Postcolonial Literary Landscape?
Johan H. Winkelman: 'Want grote list behort ter minnen (Florisroman, v.
1430)'. Listmotieven in de Middelnederlandse 'Floris ende Blancefloer' van
Diederic van Assenede

Mitarbeiter/Contributors
Arend Quak - Schriftenverzeichnis/List of Publications

Publication Year: 2011
Publisher: Rodopi
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Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Language Family(ies): Germanic
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-13: 9789042033801
Pages: 510
Prices: Europe EURO 100

 
 
Format: Electronic
ISBN-13: 9789401200783
Pages: 510
Prices: Europe EURO 100