The Origins and Development of Emigrant Languages

Proceedings from the Second Rasmus Rask Colloqium, Odense University, November 1994

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The Origins and Development of Emigrant Languages is the proceedings from the Second Rasmus Rask Colloquium held at Odense University, November 1994
[NOWELE Supplement Series, 17]  1996.  xi, 318 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: Odense University Press
Table of Contents
Preface
Hans Frede Nielsen and Lene Schøsler
vii–viii
List of delegates
ix–xi
Emigrant Languages and Acculturation: The Case of Anglo-french
Douglas A. Kibbee
1–20
Language Contact and Lexicography: The Case of Anglo-norman
David Trotter
21–39
Adding Insult to Injury: The English Who Curse in Borrowed French
W. Rothwell
41–54
Anglo-french in the 13th and 14th Centuries: Continental or Insular Dialect?*
Thera de Jong
55–70
Afrikaans, a Daughter of Dutch
Pieter van Reenen and Anna Coetzee
71–101
On The Interplay of Inherited and Non-inherited Features in Afrikaans Derivational Morphology
J. van Marie
103–115
The Origins and Development of Emigrant Englishes
Manfred Görlach
117–140
The Language of the Anglo-saxon Settlers
David Parsons
141–156
The Folkehøjskolesang as Site for Contact Between Danish and American Languages and Cultures
Marianne Stølen
157–167
The Origin, Development and Decline of Orkney and Shetland Norn
Michael Barnes
169–199
'The Henpecked Farmer': Fragments of an Old Jocular Ballad in Shetland Norn
Laurits Rendboe
201–213
Scandinavian Loanwords in Old English
Alfred Wollmann
215–242
The Origin and Development of the Pronunciation of French in Québec
Yves-Charles Morin
243–275
Latin in Spain: Early Ibero-romance
Roger Wright
277–298
L'espagnol du Chili et la Thèse Indigéniste de rodolphe lenz
Juan Hernando Cárdenas
299–318
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General