Historical, Indo-European, and Lexicographical Studies : : A Festschrift for Ladislav Zgusta on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday / / ed. by Hans H. Hock.

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Superior document:Title is part of eBook package: De Gruyter DGBA Linguistics and Semiotics 1990 - 1999
Place / Publishing House:Berlin ;, Boston : : De Gruyter Mouton, , [2011]
Year of Publication:2011
Edition:Reprint 2011
Series:Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs [TiLSM] , 90
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Physical Description:1 online resource (393 p.) :; Num. figs.
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Other title:I-IV --
Contents --
Introduction --
Publications of Ladislav Zgusta --
I. Indo-European and general historical linguistic studies --
Nexus and 'extraclausality' in Vedic, or 'sa-figé' all over again: A historical (re)examination --
Some archaisms in the Iliad --
The origin and evolution of primary derivative suffixes in Dravidian --
Ex Oriente nox --
Indo-European religion --
Archaism and innovation in Proto-Celtic? --
On Old Persian hypocoristics in -iya- --
Some problems of Latin adverbs --
Hittite telipuri- 'district, precinct' --
Lexical archaisms in the Tocharian languages --
II. Papers on lexicography and history of linguistics --
Corrections and additions to the Ossetic etymological dictionary --
More on the Diccionario Griego-Español --
Uphill with Dasypodius: On the lexicographic treatment of weak nouns in German --
The gnosiological and dianoetic aspects of language and the limitedness of G. B. Vico's theory --
Re-constructing ideology, Part one: Animadversions of John Home Tooke on the origins of affixes and non-designative words --
Greek maulistērion and its group: A lexicographical essay --
The vocabulary of culture: A potential method of contrastive description --
The lexical Semitisms of Septuagint Greek as a reflex of the history of the Hebrew vocabulary: Implications concerning lexical diachrony and historical lexicography --
Printed language dictionaries and their standardization: Notes on the progress toward a general theory of lexicography --
Indices --
Author index --
Language index
Format:Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web.
ISSN:1861-4302 ;
Access:restricted access
Hierarchical level:Monograph
Statement of Responsibility: ed. by Hans H. Hock.