Studies in Descriptive and Historical Linguistics

Festschrift for Winfred P. Lehmann

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This volume of articles was prepared in honor of Winfred P. Lehmann on the occasion of his 60th birthday. The papers are presented in two sections: I. Studies in Descriptive Linguistics, and II. Studies in Historical Linguistics. The volume contains contributions by R.M.W. Dixon, Ralph M. Goodman, Maurice Gross, Einar Haugen, David G. Hays, Archibald A. Hill, Mohammad Ali Jazayery, E.F.K. Koerner, D. Terence Langendoen, Don L.F. Nilsen, Arthur L. Palacas, Sol Saporta, Sanford A. Schane, Jacob Mey, Anders Ahlqvist, Simon C. Dik, Robert T. Harms, Saul Levin, Yakov Malkiel, D. Gary Miller, William G. Moulton, Edgar C. Polomé, Gary D. Prideaux, Luigi Romeo, Maria Tsiapera, Krystyna Wachowicz, Mridula Adenwala Durbin, Paul J. Hopper, Aaron Bar-Adon.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 4]  1977.  x, 502 pp.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
vii
List of publications of Winfred P. Lehmann
Compiled by Helen-Jo Jakusz Hewitt
1
Part I: Studies in descriptive linguistics
19
1. Delocutive verbs in dyirbal
R.M.W. Dixon
21
2. Multiple SD’s for unambiguous sentences: continuums
Ralph M. Goodman
39
3. Remarks on the separation between syntax and semantics
Maurice Gross
71
4. ‘Sexism’ and the Norwegian language
Einar Haugen
83
5. Machine translation and abstract terminology
David G. Hays
95
6. Literary meanings — complex or simple?
Archibald A. Hill
109
7. Some aspects of lexical synonymy in contemporary persian
Mohammad Ali Jazayery
125
8. The humboldtian trend in linguistics
E.F.K. Koerner
145
9. On the inadequacy of type-3 and type-2 grammars for human languages
D. Terence Langendoen
159
10. False cognates in english and spanish
Don L.F. Nilsen
173
11. Specificness in generative grammar
Arthur L. Palacas
188
12. Language in a sexist society
Sol Saporta
209
13. Rule breaking in english spelling: A study of final E
Sanford A. Schane
217
14. Linguistics as a practical science
Jacob L. Mey
235
Part II: Studies in historical linguistics
265
15. Typological notes on irish word-order
Anders Ahlqvist
267
16. Inductive generalizations in semantic change
Simon C. Dik
283
17. The uralo-yukaghir focus system: a problem in remote genetic relationship
Robert T. Harms
301
18. ‘Something stolen’: a semitic participle and an indo-european neuter substantive
Saul Levin
317
19. Why AP-ISH but worm-Y?
Yakov Malkiel
341
20. Bartholomae’s law and an ie root structure constraint
D. Gary Miller
365
21. Secondary stress in germanic alliterative verse
William G. Moulton
393
22. Approaches to the study ofvedic religion
Edgar C. Polomé
405
23. Lexical restructuring versus rule addition: a case study in dialect differentiation
Gary D. Prideaux
417
24. A note on Hippocrates’ γραµµατική
Luigi Romeo
429
25. historical considerations for lexical variation in cypriotic and standard greek
Maria Tsiapera
437
26. The synchronic description and historical change
Krystyna Wachowicz
445
27. An identification of a language — a methodology
Mridula Adenwala Durbin
457
28. Hildebrandslied 35b: Dat ih dir it nu bi huldi gibu
Paul J. Hopper
481
29. On the nativization of modern hebrew and the role of children in this process
Aaron Bar-Adon
487
Index of names
449
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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