Italic and Romance

Linguistic studies in honor of Ernst Pulgram

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The papers in this volume deal with the languages of ancient Italy and the Romance dialects that grew from them. The arrangement of papers in the volume is topical, starting with ancient Italy and moving upward in time and outward in space through general Romance to Italian, French and Provençal, Spanish, Romanian and Sardinian.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 18]  1980.  xxi, 338 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
v
ernst pulgram Bibliography
ix
Tabula Gratulatoria
xix
The future perfect in oscan-umbrian
Madison S. Beeler
1
Latin verbs in -uō, -uere
Oswald Szemerényi
9
The phonology of -nd- and the latin gerundive
James W. Poultney
33
The role of */1/ in Rhotacism
Clifford S. Leonard, Jr.
43
The impact of vowel syncope in latin
Henry M. Hoenigswald
53
Latin vs. neo-latin: clues to contrasting structure
Gordon M. Messing
59
A case of paradigmatic continuity in italic and romance
Eric P. Hamp
69
A proposal for the classification of the romance languages
Giuseppe Francescato
75
Per una classificazione “standardologica” delle lingue romanze
Žarko Muljačić
85
A note on prefixed inflection in romance
James J. Champion
97
Fortschritt und rückschritt in der etymologischen forschung
Harri Meier
103
The source of italian tardi
J. Peter Maher
113
the origin of the italian plural formative — e
Helmut Lüdtke
121
Nota sui rappresentanti di latino — di- nei dialetti toscani
Tristano Bolelli
127
On the voicing of latin intervocalic /p, t, k/ in italian
Herbert J. Izzo
131
The structure of italian newspaper headlines
Robert A. Hall, Jr.
157
Rätoromanisch: linguach romantsch tranter Taliá e francés
Gerhard Rohlfs
161
the topos of the decoy: Apropos of old provençal cadorn
Henry Kahane and Renée Kahane
171
Occitan verbal substantives in — dor, -doira
Raleigh Morgan, Jr.
177
Etymologies doubles dans le FEW
Kurt Baldinger
189
Prefixed conjugation in parosian french
William J. Ashby
195
Liaison, nasalization and the “cursus” in french phonology
Jurgen Klausenburger
209
Peut-on prévoir les modifications à venir d’un système phonologique ?
André Martinet
219
Curiosa from a lexicon of louisiana french
James Redfern
233
Languages of ancient spain and portugal
James M. Anderson
247
Hispanica et latina
Antonio Tovar
257
Anekdotisches zur spanischen sprachgeschicjte im Siglode oro
Harald Weinrich
263
Spanish and portugese cattle terms in amerindian languages
Lawrence B. Kiddle
273
Sur la dissimilation consonantique en roumain
Alexandru Rosetti
293
The romanian numerical system
Charles M. Carlton
295
“Sardica ut in Oppidis”
Eugenio Coseriu
317
Franz von Miklosich and the rise of romance linguistics
Yakov Malkiel
327
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
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