Part ofFrom Polysemy to Semantic Change: Towards a typology of lexical semantic associations
Edited by Martine Vanhove
[Studies in Language Companion Series 106] 2008
► pp. 303–315
The present section deals with the semantic affinities of two (groups of) concepts, namely “meat/animal” and “drink”. Though not related, they contrast two different approaches in the domain of semantic parallels: while various data concerning “meat/animal” naturally lead to a historical approach, revealing diachronic changes, the links regarding “drink”, chiefly exemplified in French, show a range of features involved in the semantic field of boire, that explain the diversity of its synchronic use.
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