LINGUIST List 27.4382

Fri Oct 28 2016

Confs: Lexicography/Portugal

Editor for this issue: Kenneth Steimel <>

Date: 27-Oct-2016
From: Alina Villalva <>
Subject: Landlex - Landscape and Lexicography
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Landlex - Landscape and Lexicography
Short Title: Landlex

Date: 03-Nov-2016 - 04-Nov-2016
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Contact: Alina Villalva
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Linguistic Field(s): Lexicography

Meeting Description:

The LandLex group, formed within Action Cost IS1305-ENeL (European Network for e-Lexicography), brings together researchers from across Europe, researchers with a wide variety of approaches and from a wide variety of languages, sharing an interest in electronic dictionaries and how these can be a tool to bring us closer whilst valuing our differences.
The Lisbon Meeting will allow us to test a prototype lexicographic model, on the basis of the description of the equivalents of red, daisy and hill in Catalan, Estonian, French, Galician, German, Greek, Irish, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian and Spanish.


November 3, 2106

The Landlex group
G. Williams (U. de Bretagne-Sud, Lorient - France)


Red and hill: collocational evidence from early twentieth century Irish dictionaries
C. Mulhall (Waterford Institut of Technology - Ireland)

Bellis perennis L. in German: names, motivation and lexicographic outlook
W. Blanck, N. Mederake, & Y. Luther (Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen - Germany)

Modern Greek lexical items and collocations for the notion of ‘red’ and their integration in European Roots dictionary prototype
S. Tsolakidis (U. of Patras - Greece)


Colours in Plant Names
J. Waniakowa & P. Dębowiak (Jagiellonian University - Poland)

Estonian words for ’hill’ and ’daisy’
I. Metsmägi (Institute of the Estonian Language - Estonia)

Words for ‘hill’ and ‘red’ in Estonian
V. Oja (Institute of the Estonian Language - Estonia)

Glosses in the Russian Manuscript Lexicons: Their Types and Functions
K. Kovalenko (Russian Academy of Sciences - Russia)


Il n’y a point de montagne sans vallée: hill, mount and mountain in French
G. Williams (U. de Bretagne-Sud, Lorient - France)

The equivalents for red, daisy, and hill in Catalan
Janet Decesaris (U. Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona - Spain)

“Bellis perennis” and “hill” in Romanian dictionaries
I. Galleron (U. de Bretagne-Sud, Lorient - France (via Skype))

Altos, cabeços, colinas, encostas, ladeiras, montanhas, montes, outeiros, serras & tesos
A. Villalva & E. Cardeira (Universidade de Lisboa - Portugal)

November 4, 2016


Margaritas and margaridas: the Iberian landscape diversity as seen through collocational resonance
A. ALONSO, U. Europea del Atlántico

Polish and Portuguese: shared etymons, disjoint lexical outputs (on the basis of colour names)
P. Dębowiak (Jagiellonian University - Poland)
A. Villalva & E. Cardeira (U. de Lisboa - Portugal)

Discussion of the lexicographic model (with a special emphasis on glosses, collocations, and compounds)

Hands-on session - data implementation (ATLAS TI)

Presentation of the Waterford Summer and Training School

Plans for the future

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