Meaning and Lexicography

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| University of Lódz
| University of Lódz
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While lexicology, lexical semantics, and lexicography all share an interest in lexical items, they often tend to be regarded as three separate albeit interrelated fields. Indeed, the extent to which the interrelationship is recognized and taken into account in lexicographic practice is the moot point. The conference which produced the papers offered in this volume was designed to bring their practioners together and thus gives an impetus to closer cooperation among them, It is the editors' conviction that the practical activity of lexicography should learn more from its sister fields. People working in lexicography, lexical semantics, etc. may find some of the insights arrived at in the more practically oriented descriptions pertinent and useful.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
vii
Preface
R.W. Burchfield
ix
Introduction
Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk and Jerzy Tomaszczyk
xi
I. General Foundations and a Historical Perspective
Metaphysics of the dictionary versus the lexicon
Miroslaw Nowakowski
3
Vocabulary acquisition and the mental lexicon
Joanna M. Channell
21
Evidence and intuition in lexicography
Patrick Hanks
31
Definitional semantics: its evolution in French lexicography
Alain Rey
43
The Dictionary of Justus Georg Schottelius or ‘generativism’ in a 17th-century grammar?!
Nikolaus Ritt
57
II. Word Formation and Syntax
The interaction of semantic and formal structures in the lexicon
Dieter Kastovsky
75
Oppositeness of meaning, word formation, and lexicography: the English prefix un-
Arthur Mettinger
93
An example of interaction between syntax and semantics
D. Connor Ferris
113
Semantic regularities in dictionaries
Robert F. Ilson
123
III. Semantics and Pragmatics
The axiological aspect of idealized cognitive models
Tomasz P. Krzeszowski
135
A cognitive approach to spatial terms represented by ‘in front of’ and ‘behind’ in English and their metaphorical extensions
Roman Kalisz
167
Meaning, synonymy, and the dictionary
Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk
181
Dynamics in meaning as a problem for bilingual lexicography
Mary Snell-Hornby
209
Functional grammar and lexematics in lexicography
Leocadio Martin Mingorance
227
Metalinguistic behaviour and language study
Jerzy Tomaszczyk
255
The Meaning-Text Model of language and practical lexicography
Tadeusz Piotrowski
277
Translation-specific lexical items and their representation in the dictionary
Gideon Toury †
287
IV. Diachrony
Semantic approaches to an historical thesaurus
Christian Kay and Thomas J. Chase
303
Some problems of Indo-European lexicography
Ignacy R. Danka and Krzysztof T. Witczak
315
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Subjects

Linguistics

Semantics

Terminology & Lexicography

Lexicography
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  90023251