Chapter published in:
Ideophones, Mimetics and Expressives
Edited by Kimi Akita and Prashant Pardeshi
[Iconicity in Language and Literature 16] 2019
► pp. 110
References
Akita, K.
2005–2010A bibliography of sound-symbolic phenomena in Japanese. https://​sites​.google​.com​/site​/akitambo​/Home​/biblio​/bib
Akita, K. and Dingemanse, M.
2019Ideophones (mimetics, expressives). In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics, M. Aronoff (ed.), Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Akita, K. and Tsujimura, N.
2016Mimetics. In Handbook of Japanese Lexicon and Word Formation, T. Kageyama and H. Kishimoto (eds), 133–160. Berlin: Gruyter De Mouton. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Akita, K. and Usuki, T.
2016A constructional account of the ‘optional’ quotative marking on Japanese mimetics. Journal of Linguistics 52: 245–275. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Alderete, J. and Kochetov, A.
2017Integrating sound symbolism with core grammar: The case of expressive palatalization. Language 93: 731–766. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Childs, G. T
1994African ideophones. In Sound Symbolism, L. Hinton, J. Nichols and J. J. Ohala (eds), 178–204. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Clark, H. H.
2016Depicting as a method of communication. Psychological Review 123: 324–347. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
de Saussure, F.
1916Cours de linguistique générale. Paris: Payot.Google Scholar
Diffloth, G.
1972Notes on expressive meaning. Papers from the Eighth Regional Meeting, the Chicago Linguistic Society, 440–447.Google Scholar
Dingemanse, M.
2011The meaning and use of ideophones in Siwu. Ph.D. dissertation, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics and Radboud University Nijmegen.Google Scholar
2012Advances in the cross-linguistic study of ideophones. Language and Linguistics Compass 6: 654–672. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2015Ideophones and reduplication: Depiction, description, and the interpretation of repeated talk in discourse. Studies in Language 39: 946–970.Google Scholar
2018Redrawing the margins of language: Lessons from research on ideophones. Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics 3: 4. 1–30. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Dingemanse, M. and Akita, K.
2017An inverse relation between expressiveness and grammatical integration: On the morphosyntactic typology of ideophones, with special reference to Japanese. Journal of Linguistics 53: 501–532. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Dingemanse, M., Blasi, D. E., Lupyan, G., Christiansen, M. H. and Monaghan, P.
2015Arbitrariness, iconicity, and systematicity in language. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 19: 603–615. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Doke, C. M.
1935Bantu Linguistic Terminology. London: Longmans, Green, and Co.Google Scholar
Ferrara, L. and Hodge, G.
2018Language as description, indication, and depiction. Frontiers in Psychology 9: 716. 1–15 CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Franco, L.
2017L-syntax and phono-symbolism: On the status of ideophones in complex predicates. Canadian Journal of Linguistics 62: 243–279. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Haiman, J.
2018Ideophones and the Evolution of Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hamano, S.
1998The Sound-Symbolic System of Japanese. Stanford, CA: CSLI.Google Scholar
Hinton, L., Nichols, J. and Ohala, J. J.
(eds) 1994Sound Symbolism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Ibarretxe-Antuñano, I.
2006Sound Symbolism and Motion in Basque. München: LINCOM Europa.Google Scholar
2017Basque ideophones from a typological perspective. Canadian Journal of Linguistics 62: 196–220. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Imai, M. and Kita, S
2014The sound symbolism bootstrapping hypothesis for language acquisition and language evolution. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369: 20130298. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Imai, M., Kita, S., Nagumo, M. and Okada, H.
2008Sound symbolism facilitates early verb learning. Cognition 109: 54–65. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Itô, J. and Mester, R. A.
1995Japanese phonology. In The Handbook of Phonological Theory, J. A. Goldsmith (ed.), 817–838. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell.Google Scholar
Iwasaki, N., Sells, P. and Akita, K.
(eds) 2017The Grammar of Japanese Mimetics: Perspectives from Structure, Acquisition, and Translation. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Kageyama, T.
2007Explorations in the conceptual semantics of mimetic verbs. In Current Issues in the History and Structure of Japanese, B. Frellesvig, M. Shibatani and J. Smith (eds), 27–82. Tokyo: Kurosio.Google Scholar
Kakehi, H. and Tamori, I.
(eds) 1993Onomatopia: Gion/Gitaigo no Rakuen [Onomatopia: A Utopia of Mimetics]. Tokyo: Keiso Shobo.Google Scholar
Kakehi, H., Tamori, I. and Schourup, L.
1996Dictionary of Iconic Expressions in Japanese. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kindaichi, H.
1978Giongo/gitaigo gaisetsu [Overview of mimetics]. In Giongo/Gitaigo Jiten [A Dictionary of Mimetics], T. Asano (ed.), 3–25. Tokyo: Kadokawa.Google Scholar
Kita, S.
1997Two-dimensional semantic analysis of Japanese mimetics. Linguistics 35: 379–415. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kubozono, H.
(ed.) 2017Onomatope no Nazo: Pikachū kara Mofumofu made [Mysteries of Mimetics: From Pikachu to Mofumofu ]. Tokyo: Iwanami.Google Scholar
Kunene, D. P.
1965The ideophone in Southern Sotho. Journal of African Languages 4: 19–39.Google Scholar
Kurisu, K.
2014The phonology of emphatic morphology in Japanese mimetics. In Japanese/Korean Linguistics 22, M. Giriko, N. Nagaya, A. Takemura and T. J. Vance (eds), 21–36. Stanford, CA: CSLI.Google Scholar
McCawley, J. D.
1968.The Phonological Component of a Grammar of Japanese. The Hague and Paris: Mouton.Google Scholar
Martin, S. E.
1975A Reference Grammar of Japanese. New Haven and London: Yale University Press.Google Scholar
Nasu, A.
2002Nihongo onomatope no gokeisei to inritsu kōzō [Word formation and prosodic structure of Japanese mimetics]. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Tsukuba.Google Scholar
2015The phonological lexicon and mimetic phonology. In Handbook of Japanese Phonetics and Phonology, H. Kubozono (ed.), 253–288. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.Google Scholar
Newman, P.
1968Ideophones from a syntactic point of view. Journal of West African Languages 5: 107–117.Google Scholar
Nuckolls, J. B.
1996Sounds like Life: Sound-Symbolic Grammar, Performance, and Cognition in Pastaza Quechua. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Ono, Masahiro
(ed.) 2007Giongo/Gitaigo 4500: Nihongo Onomatope Jiten [A Dictionary of 4500 Mimetics in Japanese]. Tokyo: Shogakukan.Google Scholar
Samarin, W. J.
1965Perspective on African ideophones. African Studies 24: 117–121. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Shinohara, K. and Uno, R.
(eds) 2013Onomatope Kenkyū no Shatei: Chikazuku Oto to Imi [Sound Symbolism and Mimetics: Rethinking the Relationship between Sound and Meaning in Language]. Tokyo: Hituzi Syobo.Google Scholar
Tamori, I. and Schourup, L.
1999Onomatope: Keitai to Imi [Mimetics: Form and Meaning]. Tokyo: Kurosio.Google Scholar
Toratani, K.
2007An RRG analysis of manner adverbial mimetics. Language and Linguistics 8: 311–342.Google Scholar
Tsujimura, N.
2005A constructional approach to mimetic verbs. In Grammatical Constructions: Back to the Roots, M. Fried and H. C. Boas (eds), 137–154. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Voeltz, F. K. E. and Kilian-Hatz, C.
(eds) 2001Ideophones. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Westermann, D. H.
1927Laut, Ton und Sinn in westafricanischen Sudansprachen. In Festschrift Meinhof, F. Boas (ed.), 315–328. Hamburg: L. Friederichsen.Google Scholar
Yamaguchi, N.
2002Inu wa ‘Biyo’ to Naite ita: Nihongo wa Giongo/Gitaigo ga Omoshiroi [Dogs Used to Cry ‘Biyo’: It is Mimetics that are Interesting in Japanese]. Tokyo: Kobunsha.Google Scholar
Yu, W
2014Nit-chū ryō-gengo ni okeru giongo no imi to imi kakuchō: Furēmu imiron no kanten kara no apurōchi [The meaning and semantic extension of onomatopoeia in Japanese and Chinese: A frame-semantic approach] . Ph.D. dissertation, Kobe University.Google Scholar
Cited by

Cited by 1 other publications

Toratani, Kiyoko
2022.  In The Language of Food in Japanese [Converging Evidence in Language and Communication Research, 25],  pp. 2 ff. Crossref logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 01 april 2022. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.