De Mot en Mot

Aspects of Medieval Linguistics

Author(s): D A Trotter Stewart Gregory

Language: English

Genre(s): Modern Languages

  • July 1997 · 192pages · 235x155mm

  • ·Hardback - 9780708313961

Contents

As thise clerkes seyen – exophoric reference in Middle English an dFrench narrative; “Pots of osey” – Portuguese wine in late-medieval England and its place of origin; negative particle sin Frenchprose of the 12th century; lexical innovation in the “Lumere as Lais”; a polyglot charter of the 12th century; Anglo-Norman rules for the priories of St Mary de Pre and Sopwell; the consular records of Montferrand; unite et diversite du champ semasiologique; mots anglo-normands dans une traduction de la Bible; bilan actuel de la lexicographie de l’ancien occitan; negative particles in French; des interferences picardes dans l’Anglo-Norman dictionary; medieva;l Latin, Anglo-Norman and Middle English in a civic London text – an inquisition in the Middle Ages in the Iberian Peninsula.

About the Author(s)

D A Trotter

Professor D. A. Trotter has long been a member of faculty at Aberystwyth University; as Head of Department of European Languages since 1993; Vice-President of the Société de Linguistique romane; Dean of the Faculty of Arts from 1996-2000.

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Stewart Gregory

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