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Definition of the noun diachrony

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noun - plural: diachronies

  1. the study of linguistic change

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Google previewLevinas: A Guide For the Perplexed (2004)

by Benjamin Hutchens

Diachrony is the notion that...

'Diachrony is a structure that no thematizing and interested movement of consciousness - memory or hope - can either resolve or recuperate in the simultaneities it constitutes.”3 The insular ...

Google previewBrands, Consumers, Symbols and Research (1999)

Sidney J Levy on Marketing by Sidney J. Levy, Dennis W. Rook

Diachrony refers to the variation in those ideas over time, with changes...

Google previewFossil Mammals of Asia (2013)

Neogene Biostratigraphy and Chronology by Xiaoming Wang

Spatial diachrony is a key question in stratigraphic correlation. If.

Google previewInternational Handbook of Semiotics (2015)

by Peter Pericles Trifonas

Diachrony preceding and succeeding “langue's” synchrony Synchrony in a near-geometric sense, may be the essence of Saussurean langue as a secondary modeling system, but diachrony is the essence of language in the root sense ...

Google previewVariationist Sociolinguistics (2011)

Change, Observation, Interpretation by Sali A. Tagliamonte

NOTE Diachrony is the development of a linguistic system (language) over a period of time in the past. Synchrony is the development of a linguistic system ( language) in the present time. The progress of linguistic change has been enshrined ...

Google previewConcise Encyclopedia of Pragmatics (2009)

by J.L. Mey

Diachrony is an existential condition of context at any level of analysis, but it denotes different processes according to the level. For example, the inner duration of experience, the simultaneity of pure we relations, the production of utterances, ...

Google previewDictionary of Semiotics (1999)

by Bronwen Martin, Felizitas Ringham

Diachrony The term diachrony designates the arrangement of time in a historical perspective. If we analyse the development of colonialism during the last two or three centuries, for example, our study will be diachronic, Diachrony is ...

Google previewDictionary of Critical Realism (2015)

by Mervyn Hartwig

diachrony horizontallyto theirprocessual exercise (2E, 4D)(the domain of practical/applied explanations).Atthe levelof structure ...

Google previewAdvances in the Theory of the Lexicon (2006)

by Dieter Wunderlich

diachrony. of. polysynthesis. Johanna. Mattissen. 1. Polysynthesis as a morphological type Within the Sonderforschungsbereich "Theory of the Lexicon" two typological projects were concerned with (a) the distinction of lexical ...

Google previewThe Columbia Dictionary of Modern Literary and Cultural Criticism (1995)

by Joseph Childers, Gary Hentzi

DIACHRONY 79 Deleuze, Gilles, and Mix Guattari. Anti-Oedipus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia. Trans. Robert Hurley, Mark Seem, and Helen R. Lane. New York: Viking, 1977. — . Kafka: Toward a Minor Literature. Trans. Dana Polan.

Google previewRoutledge Dictionary of Language and Linguistics (2006)

by Hadumod Bussmann

also diachrony, dia- system) diachronic linguistics [Grk chronos 'time'] Systematic description and elucidation of all linguistic changes through time (internal historical linguistics) with regard to external facts such as political history, cultural ...

Google previewWorld Lexicon of Grammaticalization (2002)

by Bernd Heine, Tania Kuteva

diachrony in language structure.

Google previewDictionary of Media and Communications (2014)

by Marcel Danesi

Diachrony refers to evolutionary tendencies within systems to produce change in those systems. dial radio or television plate or disk, with numbers or letters on it for tuning into a station. Dials are now largely obsolete, having been replaced by ...

Google previewDictionary of World Philosophy (2013)

by A. Pablo Iannone

diachrony dialectic and, instead of joy, a feeling of well-being; the fourth involves only equanimity and alertness. In Chinese Buddhism, dhyāna includes all meditation practices - even all preparatory practices for dhyāna in the previously ...

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