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by Walter E. Geiger

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ISBN: 0807891878
Author: Walter E. Geiger
Language: English
Publisher: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Romance Studies (January 1, 1978)
Pages: 234
Category: Words Language & Grammar
Subcategory: Reference
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The results of such detailed and fine-grained studies have not only enhanced our understanding of the complex currents operative in linguistic change, but have also erected a storehouse of information literally bulging at the sides, and still not yet fully exploited by generalists for their wide-ranging, adventuresome forays that seek to relate technical linguistic inquiry to broader anthropological implications (§§. -3) Save.

Studies in their Origin and Development. 232 p. 6 x 9, notes, bibl. Paperback ISBN: 978-0-8078-9187-2 Published: January 1978. Distributed for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Romance Studies.

187. General Note: A revision of the author's thesis, University of California, Berkeley, 1973.

Origins and distribution. Classification methods and problems. Romance glosses to Latin texts. The postclassical period. The emergence of Romance. The beginning of Romance literature.

In some cases, the archaic or potential presence of a word can contribute to its eligibility.

Spanish (Hispanosphere) 49% (2nd). Portuguese (Lusosphere) 26% (6th).

French and Francophone Studies. Students who participate in Study Abroad during the semester have the opportunity to work as course correspondents for a course in Romance studies. Student Learning Outcomes.

This study, an admirable addition to the school of suffixal-derivation headed by Yakov Malkiel, explores the diachronic linguistic processes of the nomenclature used for plants from the flourishing of Classical Latin to contemporary Romance languages, with a special focus on Hispano-Romance. Walter Geiger's exhaustively researched volume takes a diverse phytonymic lexicon (including trees, fruits, vegetables, flowers, grasses, grains, and plant parts) from its process of derivation in Latin through the nominalization of adjectival systems and semantic classifications to demonstrate the trends of retention, functional diversification, and extinction of derivational patterns through language development.

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