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Journal Title: NOWELE - North-Western European Evolution
Volume/Issue:   67 / 1
Issue Title: Unity and Diversity in West Germanic, III
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: 2014. v, 129 pp.

Table of Contents

Editorial Note 1

The Emergence of Dutch: Consonant Changes until 1200
Michiel de Vaan
3 – 22

Methodological Reflections on the Emergence of Old Frisian
Arjen Versloot
23 – 49

Patterns of Reorganization of the Early English Nominal System: The Case of Old English Consonantal Stems
Elżbieta Adamczyk
51 – 75

The Old English Adjectival Affixes ful- and -ful: A Text-Based Account on Productivity
Raquel Mateo Mendaza
77 – 94

What is West Germanic today?
John Ole Askedal
95 – 129
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Dutch
English, Old
Frisian, Old
Language Family(ies): West Germanic
LL Issue: 25.1437