Definition of the noun dialectology
What does dialectology mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: dialectologies
- the branch of philology that is devoted to the study of dialects
Alternative definition of the noun dialectology
- the study of dialects
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by Warren Maguire, April McMahon
Introduction Perceptual dialectology is a discipline that investigates what language users themselves think and believe about language. It explores where people believe dialect areas to exist, and the geographical extent of these areas, ...
A second problem with traditional Arabic dialectology is the assumption that the ' most dialectal' forms are to be found amongst the oldest and least educated members of a community, and indeed, the assumption that there is a stable set of ...
Perspectives on English (1994)
Studies in Honour of Professor Emma Vorlat by Keith Carlon, Kristin Davidse, Brygida Rudzka-Ostyn
Synchronic variation and linguistic change It has often been claimed that dialectology is a thing of the past; after all, the old, monolingual rustic has died out and what the dialectologist is left with these days is a mixture of dialectal and standard ...
by Kirsten Malmkjaer
D Dialectology Introduction Dialectology is the study of variation in 126 Critical discourse analysis.
Arabic dialectology is an important branch of Arabic linguistics. The interest in Arabic dialects is not a new phenomenon, in fact it goes back to the early stages of Arabic studies. This interest, though limited in scope and confined to certain ...
by Cecilia Poletto
Why microvariation may be useful in improving our knowledge of syntax has already been mentioned: dialectology is a privileged field for testing whether our hypotheses about the interplay between UG and variation are correct. Nevertheless ...
Historical Linguistics 2005 (2007)
Selected Papers from the 17th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Madison, Wisconsin, 31 July-5 August 2005 by Joe Salmons, Shannon Dubenion-Smith
A salient feature of Aramaic that should be discussed in light of advances in Aramaic dialectology is the morphology of infinitival forms. The comprehensive treatment by Sola-Sole (1961: 127-154) and the short sketch by Boyarin ...
The Linguistics Encyclopedia (2002)
by Kirsten Malmkjær
D Dialectology Introduction Dialectology is the study of dialects - 106 Critical ...
Corpus Linguistics (2001)
An Introduction by Tony McEnery
Dialectology is a firmly empirical field of linguistics but has tended to concentrate on elicitation experiments and less controlled sampling rather than using corpora . The disadvantage of this approach is that elicitation experiments tend to ...
by Hadumod Bussmann
The geographic diffusion of differing forms and varieties and the search for specific dialectal regions represent areas of interest pursued by dialect geography (often understood and used as a synonym for 'dialectology' (=> dialect mapping and ...
by David Crystal
The systematic study of all forms of dialect, but especially regional dialect, is called dialectology, also 'linguistic geography' or dialect geography. Traditional dialectology studies commenced in the late nineteenth century, and have taken the ...
An Encyclopedia of Language (2002)
by N.E. Collinge
,of regional dialectology,andof the Labovparadigm, isnot new in itself. However, the ' laws' ...
by Michael Pearce
Dialectology The academic discipline concerned with the study of dialect and dialects. Traditionally, dialectology focused on regional variation. The nineteenth- century dialectologists, such as Georg Wenker in Germany and Jules Gilliéron in ...
by Robert Lawrence Trask
DIALECTOLOGY 91 Hetzron's (19SO) argument that the Afro-Asiatic languages show extensive evidence of dialect mixing. The term dialect interference is now preferred. An extreme form of dialect mixing is endohybridization. See Trudgill ...
by William J. Frawley
Traditional dialectology has also established precise scientific methods for identifying and describing the variability which is recognized as an essential attribute of language. It has contributed to historical linguistics by showing that inherent ...
A Dictionary of Language (2001)
by David Crystal
dialectology or through it. For example, in a phonetic transcription, the use of a small circle under a symhol indicates that the sound in question has heen devoiced. In an alphahet, a diacritic used ahove a symhol is usually referred to as an ...
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