Diachronic Studies in Lexicology, Affixation, Phonology : Edita and Inedita 1979-1988. Volume II.

By: Malkiel, YakovPublisher: Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 1992Copyright date: ©1992Description: 1 online resource (319 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789027274274Subject(s): Historical lexicology.;Historical linguisticsGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Diachronic Studies in Lexicology, Affixation, Phonology : Edita and Inedita 1979–1988. Volume IIDDC classification: 417/.7 LOC classification: P326 -- .M36 1992ebOnline resources: Click to View
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DIACHRONIC STUDIES IN LEXICOLOGY, AFFIXATION, PHONOLOGY -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- Lexicology -- From Intuitive Etymology Through Word-HistoryTo Microglottology -- ENDNOTES -- REFERENCES -- Problems in the Diachronic Differentiation of Near-Homophones -- REFERENCES -- Toward Higher Formalization in Etymology: The Spanish Culinary Term ciliérveda and its Variants -- Notes -- Crumēna, a Latin Lexical Isolate, and its Survival in Hispano-Romance (Sp. colmena, dial. cormena 'Beehive') -- Affixation -- Infinitive Endings, Conjugation Classes, Nominal Derivational Suffixes, and Vocalic Gamuts in Romance -- NOVEMBER 1981 POST-SCRIPT -- The Old French Verbal Abstracts in -ëiz -- Phonology -- Apocope: Straight -- Through Contact of Languages -- via Suffixal Polarization. The Spanish Derivational Morphemes and Word-Final Segments -in and -ino -- WORKS CITED -- The Transmission into Romance of Latin NŌDUS, NUPTIAE, NURUS, and NUX: Diachronic Interplay of Phonetic and Semantic Analogies -- END NOTES -- REFERENCES -- The Fluctuating Intensity of a 'Sound Law': Some Vicissitudes of Latin and in Spanish -- REFERENCES -- The Discovery in Old French Phonology of the Niece, Piece, Tierç, Cierge Type -- Retrospect -- From Intuitive Etymology Through Word-History to Microglottology -- Problems in the Diachronic Differentiation of Near-Homophones -- The Spanish Culinary Term ciliérveda and its Variants -- CRUMĒNA, a Latin Lexical Isolate, and its Survival into Hispano-Romance -- Infinitive Endings, Conjugation Classes, Nominal Derivational Suffixes,and Vocalic Gamuts in Romance -- The Old French Verbal Abstracts in -ëiz -- Apocope: Straight, through Contact of Languages -- via Suffixal Polarization...
The Transmission into Romance of Latin NŌDUS, NUPTIAE, NURUS, and NUX: Diachronic Interplay of Phonetic and Semantic Analogies -- The Fluctuating Intensity of a 'Sound Law': Some Vicissitudes of Latin E and O in Spanish -- The Discovery in Old French Phonology of the niece, piece, tierç, cierge Type -- INDEX OF NAMES -- INDEX OF CONCEPTS.
Summary: The ten articles collected in this volume are an impressive indication of the range and depth of Malkiel's knowledge of diachronic processes in the Romance languages. In the author's experience, etymological studies of lexis frequently lead one into the areas of phonology and morphology, and the title of the book reflects these interrelationships. The volume opens with a previously unpublished paper which centers around the history of English. The other papers deal with topics from the Romance languages in general, and from Old French and Spanish in particular. The author has added a "Retrospect", in which all articles are discussed once more in the light of recent developments. An Index of Names and an exhaustive Index of Key Concepts round off the volume.
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DIACHRONIC STUDIES IN LEXICOLOGY, AFFIXATION, PHONOLOGY -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- Lexicology -- From Intuitive Etymology Through Word-HistoryTo Microglottology -- ENDNOTES -- REFERENCES -- Problems in the Diachronic Differentiation of Near-Homophones -- REFERENCES -- Toward Higher Formalization in Etymology: The Spanish Culinary Term ciliérveda and its Variants -- Notes -- Crumēna, a Latin Lexical Isolate, and its Survival in Hispano-Romance (Sp. colmena, dial. cormena 'Beehive') -- Affixation -- Infinitive Endings, Conjugation Classes, Nominal Derivational Suffixes, and Vocalic Gamuts in Romance -- NOVEMBER 1981 POST-SCRIPT -- The Old French Verbal Abstracts in -ëiz -- Phonology -- Apocope: Straight -- Through Contact of Languages -- via Suffixal Polarization. The Spanish Derivational Morphemes and Word-Final Segments -in and -ino -- WORKS CITED -- The Transmission into Romance of Latin NŌDUS, NUPTIAE, NURUS, and NUX: Diachronic Interplay of Phonetic and Semantic Analogies -- END NOTES -- REFERENCES -- The Fluctuating Intensity of a 'Sound Law': Some Vicissitudes of Latin and in Spanish -- REFERENCES -- The Discovery in Old French Phonology of the Niece, Piece, Tierç, Cierge Type -- Retrospect -- From Intuitive Etymology Through Word-History to Microglottology -- Problems in the Diachronic Differentiation of Near-Homophones -- The Spanish Culinary Term ciliérveda and its Variants -- CRUMĒNA, a Latin Lexical Isolate, and its Survival into Hispano-Romance -- Infinitive Endings, Conjugation Classes, Nominal Derivational Suffixes,and Vocalic Gamuts in Romance -- The Old French Verbal Abstracts in -ëiz -- Apocope: Straight, through Contact of Languages -- via Suffixal Polarization...

The Transmission into Romance of Latin NŌDUS, NUPTIAE, NURUS, and NUX: Diachronic Interplay of Phonetic and Semantic Analogies -- The Fluctuating Intensity of a 'Sound Law': Some Vicissitudes of Latin E and O in Spanish -- The Discovery in Old French Phonology of the niece, piece, tierç, cierge Type -- INDEX OF NAMES -- INDEX OF CONCEPTS.

The ten articles collected in this volume are an impressive indication of the range and depth of Malkiel's knowledge of diachronic processes in the Romance languages. In the author's experience, etymological studies of lexis frequently lead one into the areas of phonology and morphology, and the title of the book reflects these interrelationships. The volume opens with a previously unpublished paper which centers around the history of English. The other papers deal with topics from the Romance languages in general, and from Old French and Spanish in particular. The author has added a "Retrospect", in which all articles are discussed once more in the light of recent developments. An Index of Names and an exhaustive Index of Key Concepts round off the volume.

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