Historical, Indo-European, and Lexicographical Studies: A Festschrift for Ladislav Zgusta on the Occasion of His 70th Birthday

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Hans Henrich Hock, Ladislav Zgusta
Walter de Gruyter, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 393 pages

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Con un artículo sobre la importancia de la historia de la lengua para la lexicografía histórica.

Contents

Introduction
1
vi
21
A his
49
Some archaisms in the Iliad
79
Ex oriente
117
Archaism and innovation in ProtoCeltic?
147
On Old Persian hypocoristics in iya
163
Hittite telipuri district precinct
179
Corrections and additions to the Ossetic etymological dictionary
197
More on the Diccionario GriegoEspañol
221
The gnosiological and dianoetic aspects of language and
253
A lexicographical essay
283
The lexical Semitisms of Septuagint Greek as a reflex of the history
301
Notes on
319
Author index
383
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