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    Koordinering i behandlingen af faste ordforbindelser

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    Ordbøger for dialekterne i Thy

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    Fraseologiske enheders indplacering i Jysk Ordbog

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    The topic is presented within a framework of relevant overview schemata in Lüger1999 and on the basis of especially the latest published parts of the Jutlandic Dictionary(www.jyskordbog.dk), from HA- to HU-. Comments are made as to the terminologicaldiscussion of e.g. “phraseologisms”, “phrasemes”: they may be used as terms not only forunits below sentence-level, but also for idioms with sentence-structure (cf. chapters 2–3).Particular attention is drawn to “one-word-phrasemes” (juxtapositions, chap. 2.3), and to“phraseme-lemmas”, i.e. lemmas created just to account for a special phraseme (chap. 4).Concludingly, the microstructures of very large articles (nouns and verbs) are inspectedas to the precise placing of the large amount of set phrases (chap. 5)

    Konventionelle figurative enheder (idiomer) i Jysk Ordbog og andre større ordbøger

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    Inside the framework of cognitive linguistics and lexical semantics the study employs a theory of conventional figurative units, e.g. metaphors and similes, based on a conceptual theory of metaphors. The lexical mate-rial is found in the card index and files of the Jysk Ordbog (Dictionary of the Jutland Dialects); it consists of idioms from a broad range of seman-tic fields, arranged in oppositions as 'richness vs. poorness', 'cleverness vs. foolishnes', and it covers especially topic groups of the daily work and life on farms, in villages etc. of the countryside. The study shows how the idioms are treated in the entries of Jysk Ordbog, and special attention is given to instances of polysemy due to figurative use of word; this may require addition of a submeaning to a lexical entry. The results are sum-marized in an overview chart for the key lexemes of the idioms in the re-spective semantic fields

    Faste forbindelser, med og uden tryktab

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    The article deals with important groups of set phrases as they are presented in the Jutland Dialect Dictionary, sections B-, D- and F- (cf. http://www.jyskordbog.dk/): phrases with loss of word stress (e.g. phrasal verbs, chapter 1) or retention of it respectively (e.g. pairs of words, chap. 2). Also some short sentences may be viewed as set phrases (chap. 3); another type is the schematic idioms (chap. 4). Some problems of delimiting the concepts “set phrase” / “idiom” / “figurative sense” to each other are demonstrated (chap. 5). Like the section H- of the dictionary (cf. Arboe 2008), the sections B-, D-, F- show a lot of “phraseme-lemmas”, i.e. lemmas consisting of words only found in set phrases and idioms (chapters 6–7). Next, specialities as “one-word-phrasemes” (juxtapositions) and extended conjunctions are treated (chapters 8–9). Finally, an earlier overview scheme is revised as to the graphic representation of “fixednes” in set phrases on sentence level

    The Sign of the V: Papers in Honour of Sten Vikner

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    ‘The Sign of the V’ is a festschrift in honour of Sten Vikner, written by friends, colleagues, and collaborators, present and past, to celebrate both his 60th birthday and his contribution to the field of linguistics. The papers cover a wide range of topics in theoretical and empirical linguistic research, from phonetics and phonology, through morphology, semantics, and syntax, to pragmatics, as well as language acquisition, second-language learning, language processing, language teaching, language contact, historical linguistics, and language variation and change. Many different languages are featured, including the Scandinavian languages (i.e. Danish, Faroese, Icelandic, Norwegian and Swedish), Catalan, Dutch, English, Finnish, West Flemish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Scots, and Yiddish. The scope and depth of the chapters in this anthology is a clear indication of the scope and depth of Sten Vikner’s own comparative research well as his impact on the field of linguistics.‘The Sign of the V’ is a festschrift in honour of Sten Vikner, written by friends, colleagues, and collaborators, present and past, to celebrate both his 60th birthday and his contribution to the field of linguistics. The papers cover a wide range of topics in theoretical and empirical linguistic research, from phonetics and phonology, through morphology, semantics, and syntax, to pragmatics, as well as language acquisition, second-language learning, language processing, language teaching, language contact, historical linguistics, and language variation and change. Many different languages are featured, including the Scandinavian languages (i.e. Danish, Faroese, Icelandic, Norwegian and Swedish), Catalan, Dutch, English, Finnish, West Flemish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Scots, and Yiddish. The scope and depth of the chapters in this anthology is a clear indication of the scope and depth of Sten Vikner’s own comparative research well as his impact on the field of linguistics

    The Sign of the V: Papers in Honour of Sten Vikner

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    ‘The Sign of the V’ is a festschrift in honour of Sten Vikner, written by friends, colleagues, and collaborators, present and past, to celebrate both his 60th birthday and his contribution to the field of linguistics. The papers cover a wide range of topics in theoretical and empirical linguistic research, from phonetics and phonology, through morphology, semantics, and syntax, to pragmatics, as well as language acquisition, second-language learning, language processing, language teaching, language contact, historical linguistics, and language variation and change. Many different languages are featured, including the Scandinavian languages (i.e. Danish, Faroese, Icelandic, Norwegian and Swedish), Catalan, Dutch, English, Finnish, West Flemish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Scots, and Yiddish. The scope and depth of the chapters in this anthology is a clear indication of the scope and depth of Sten Vikner’s own comparative research well as his impact on the field of linguistics.‘The Sign of the V’ is a festschrift in honour of Sten Vikner, written by friends, colleagues, and collaborators, present and past, to celebrate both his 60th birthday and his contribution to the field of linguistics. The papers cover a wide range of topics in theoretical and empirical linguistic research, from phonetics and phonology, through morphology, semantics, and syntax, to pragmatics, as well as language acquisition, second-language learning, language processing, language teaching, language contact, historical linguistics, and language variation and change. Many different languages are featured, including the Scandinavian languages (i.e. Danish, Faroese, Icelandic, Norwegian and Swedish), Catalan, Dutch, English, Finnish, West Flemish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Scots, and Yiddish. The scope and depth of the chapters in this anthology is a clear indication of the scope and depth of Sten Vikner’s own comparative research well as his impact on the field of linguistics

    Jysk ordbog pĂĽ nettet

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    The Dictionary of the Jutland Dialects has recently been transfered to the Internet as far as the editing has been completed, i.e. A-Gn until now. The paper first describes the facilities of the dictionary’s homepage (fig. 1): the background material and the structure of the entries can be studied via the links of the left column, and after having downloaded the dictionary’s special font through a link from the center column the user may start searching for entries of interest. With the entry of brænde (i.e. burn) as a starting point (fig. 2) the links from the editorial text to maps of pronunciation etc. and to the register of sources are demonstrated (section 2), supported by the entry of brække (i.e. break) as to maps of word and meaning distribution (fig. 3). Some problems of the necessary text-internal references and the making of thousands of links to represent them are discussed (section 3). Lists of users’ searches for entries are used for further discussion of links needed (section 4). In summarizing, an overview of the types of links is given (fig. 4, section 5). Aspects regarding the users by the transition from an ‘ordinary’ to an Internet dictionary are briefly considered (section 6)

    Årsberetning 2016-2018

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