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Title: Dictionnaire Étymologique des Éléments Français du Luxembourgeois
Subtitle: Fascicule 6: E – I
Edited By: Geneviève Bender-Berland
Johannes Kramer
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Series Title: Dictionnaire Étymologique des Éléments Français du Luxembourgeois

La langue nationale du Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg, le luxembourgeois, est la langue d'origine germanique comportant le plus grand nombre d'éléments français, mais jusqu'à ce jour aucune d'étude linguistique importance n'a été entreprise dans ce domaine, varietal de que l'absence d'un dictionnaire présentant l'histoire des éléments du français est luxembourgeois evident. Le Dictionnaire Étymologique of Éléments Français du Luxembourgeois dont proposé est ici le premier of dix fascicules prévus, Enregistré tous les mots dans le français repertories Luxembourg dictionary, auxquels s 'ajouté quantité considérable d'une plus emprunts récents relevés dans des sources lexicographiques contemporaines et sur un corpus propre; les exemples Tires de la banque de données LuxTexte illustrent que les mots français l 'On trouve dans le luxembourgeois tel qu'on parle le et l'écrit time now. Le dictionnaire retrace par ailleurs l'histoire de ces mots français depuis l'antiquité et leur décrit position dans le luxembourgeois of Today.

Publication Year: 2012
Publisher: Narr Francke Attempto Verlag GmbH + Co. KG
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Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Luxembourgish
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Format: Hardback
ISBN-13: 9783823345077
Pages: 96
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