Celtic Linguistics / Ieithyddiaeth Geltaidd

Readings in the Brythonic Languages. Festschrift for T. Arwyn Watkins

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This collection of papers on the Brythonic languages of the Celtic group is divided into four parts: Welsh linguistics, Breton and Cornish linguistics, literary linguistics, and historical linguistics. This has resulted in a book providing a thorough and comprehensive coverage of this branch of Celtic studies prepared by leading scholars in the field.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 68]  1990.  xxiv, 470 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Publications of T. Arwyn Watkins
Tabula Gratulatoria
Appreciation
D. Ellis Evans
1
1. Studies in Welsh linguistics
The geographical distribution of Pembrokeshire negatives
Gwenllian M. Awbery
11
Networks, nuclei and boundaries in areal dialectology
Alan R. Thomas
25
Amrywio Sosioieithyddol yn Nhafodiaith Pont-rhyd-y-fen
Beth Thomas
41
Variation in the use of pronouns in verbnoun phrases and genitive noun phrases iin child language
Bob Morris Jones
53
A visit to the Galapagos
James Fife
77
Welsh passives
Robert D. Borsley
89
The welsh lateral fricatives: lateral or fricative?
Martin J. Ball
109
2. Studies in Breton and Cornish linguistics
Traditional morphological processes and their vitality in modern Breton and Welsh
Humphrey Lloyd Humphreys
129
Non-finite clauses in Breton
Janig Stephens
151
The progressive in Breton i the light of the English progressive
Steve Hewitt
167
Some pbseravtions on the syntax of the Breton verbal noun
Lenora A. Timm
189
Spirantization to Lenition in Breton: interpretation of morphological variability
John S. Hennessey, Jr.
209
A comparison of word-order in middle Breton and middle Cornish
Ken J. George
225
A problem in Cornish Phonology
N.J.A. Williams
241
3. Studies in literary linguistics
Irish elements in late medieval Welsh literature: the problem of Cuhelyn and *nyf
Patrick Sims-Williams
277
The significans of the ‘Cad Goddau’ tree list in the book Taliesin
Marged Haycock
297
notes on the Gododdin
Jenny Rowland
333
The early insular elegies: ITEM ALIA
Hildegard L.C. Tristram
343
The middle Welsh text Ystorya Judas
J.E. Caerwyn Williams
363
4. Studies in Historical linguistics
The Welsh Bahuvrihis
Stefan Zimmer
375
Notes on old Irish and old Welsh Consonantal spelling
Anthony Harvey
403
On the uses of the conjunctive pronouns in middle Welsh
Proinsias Mac Cana
411
Über Albiõn, elfydd, Albiorix und andere indikatoren eines Keltischen weltbildes
Wolfgang Meid
435
Welsh moes
Eric P. Hamp
441
Word-order patterns in Breudwyt Ronabwy
Erich Poppe
445
Author index
461
Subject index
467
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  90031745