A Changing World of Words: Studies in English Historical Lexicography, Lexicology and Semantics, Volume 141 (Google eBook)

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Javier E. Díaz Vera
Rodopi, Jan 1, 2002 - English language - 610 pages
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Contents

A preliminary design for a syntactic dictionary of
3
Old English on semantic principles
47
Adapting functionallexematic methodology to the
78
Some issues in the
109
Contexts for a
136
The origin of 17th century canting terms
163
On the evolution of the field
229
A semantic analysis of FEAR GRIEF and ANGER
255
A morphodynamic interpretation of synonymy and
332
Words for MAN in the transmission of Piers Plowman
375
Diachronic wordformation and studying changes in
410
The cognitive etymological search for lexical traces
438
Its concept and usability
464
Words of EMOTION in Old and Middle English
484
Studying lexical borrowings
500
A corpus study from 1500 to 1710
539

The evolution of the lexical and conceptual
275
A diachronic perspective
300
A historical journey through
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