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Volumen 63 (2021): Edición 1 (June 2021)

Detalles de la revista
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2083-6090
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14 Jan 2010
Periodo de publicación
2 veces al año
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Inglés

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7 Artículos
Acceso abierto

On the position of onomatopoeia in adult language. Evidence from Slovak

Publicado en línea: 30 Apr 2022
Páginas: 7 - 19

Resumen

Abstract

Onomatopoeic expressions are usually defined as verbal imitations of the sounds from the extra-linguistic reality. The position of onomatopoeia in languages varies cross-linguistically. In standard Slovak, onomatopoeia represents a sub-category of interjections. Onomatopoeic words are considered an important part of child’s vocabulary due to their sound-imitative nature and simple structure, but their role in language of the adults is not clear. The study presents the results of the research aimed at the analysis of the place of onomatopoeia in language of adult native Slovak language speakers. The research was carried out on the basis of two questionnaires in which the respondents were asked to (1) identify the sound imitated by the given onomatopoeia, that is, to identify the meaning of the onomatopoeia and (2) to capture the sound they heard by an existing lexicalized onomatopoeia. The research results indicate that although standard Slovak is a language relatively rich in lexicalized onomatopoeic expressions, adult natives are not very familiar with their meaning. Most of the respondents could not identify the sound mimicked by the given onomatopoeia and were not able to capture the sound by the existing lexicalized sound-imitating word. This finding supports the views about the marginal position of onomatopoeia in adult language.

Palabras clave

  • sound-imitating expressions
  • lexicalized onomatopoeia
  • adult speech
  • standard Slovak
Acceso abierto

Control structures in Kokborok: A case of syntactic convergence

Publicado en línea: 30 Apr 2022
Páginas: 21 - 52

Resumen

Abstract

This paper presents a descriptive study of the control structures in Kokborok, a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Tripura (one of the North-Eastern states in India) and demonstrates the contact-induced changes in the phenomenon of control in Kokborok which resulted due to the long-term contact with Bangla (Indo-Aryan), a genetically different language spoken in the state. The instances of genitive subject and the phenomenon of overt controllee in the embedded subject position in Kokborok are the cases in point. The instance of overt controllee described in this paper points to the deviation from the classic concept of PRO thereby demonstrating a property unique to the study of South Asian languages.

Palabras clave

  • control
  • copy
  • convergence
  • PRO
Acceso abierto

Angas-Sura Etymologies IX

Publicado en línea: 30 Apr 2022
Páginas: 53 - 72

Resumen

Abstract

The paper is a new contribution to revealing the Afro-Asiatic heritage in the lexicon of the Angas-Sura group of Chadic languages by means of interbranch comparison using a.o. the ancient Egypto-Semitic evidence.

Palabras clave

  • Chadic languages
  • Afro-Asiatic comparative linguistics
  • African linguistics
  • ancient Egyptian
  • Semitic
  • historical phonology
  • etymology
Acceso abierto

Dangla-Migama and Afro-Asiatic III: Root Initial *ḅ-a

Publicado en línea: 30 Apr 2022
Páginas: 73 - 83

Resumen

Abstract

The paper is a new contribution to revealing the Afro-Asiatic heritage in the lexicon of the Dangla-Migama group of Chadic languages by means of interbranch comparison using a.o. the ancient Egypto-Semitic evidence.

Palabras clave

  • Chadic languages
  • Afro-Asiatic comparative linguistics
  • African linguistics
  • ancient Egyptian
  • Semitic
  • historical phonology
  • etymology
Acceso abierto

Omotic lexicon in its Afro-Asiatic setting VI: Addenda to Omotic roots with *ḅ-, *ṗ-, *p- (or *f-)a

Publicado en línea: 30 Apr 2022
Páginas: 85 - 112

Resumen

Abstract

The paper is a new contribution to revealing the Afro-Asiatic heritage in the lexicon of the Omotic languages by means of interbranch comparison using a.o. the ancient Egypto-Semitic evidence.

Palabras clave

  • Omotic languages
  • the languages of Ethiopia
  • Afro-Asiatic comparative linguistics
  • African linguistics
  • ancient Egyptian
  • Semitic
  • historical phonology
  • etymology
Acceso abierto

Reviews: Seino van Breugel. 2021. A dictionary of Atong, a Tibeto-Burman language of Northeast India and Bangladesh (Pacific Linguistics 664). Berlin–Boston: De Gruyter Mouton. Pp. xxviii + 378

Publicado en línea: 30 Apr 2022
Páginas: 113 - 118

Resumen

Acceso abierto

Reviews: Ellen Smith-Dennis. 2020. A Grammar of Papapana. An Oceanic Language of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea (Pacific Linguistics 659). Boston–Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. Pp. xxv + 532

Publicado en línea: 30 Apr 2022
Páginas: 119 - 129

Resumen

7 Artículos
Acceso abierto

On the position of onomatopoeia in adult language. Evidence from Slovak

Publicado en línea: 30 Apr 2022
Páginas: 7 - 19

Resumen

Abstract

Onomatopoeic expressions are usually defined as verbal imitations of the sounds from the extra-linguistic reality. The position of onomatopoeia in languages varies cross-linguistically. In standard Slovak, onomatopoeia represents a sub-category of interjections. Onomatopoeic words are considered an important part of child’s vocabulary due to their sound-imitative nature and simple structure, but their role in language of the adults is not clear. The study presents the results of the research aimed at the analysis of the place of onomatopoeia in language of adult native Slovak language speakers. The research was carried out on the basis of two questionnaires in which the respondents were asked to (1) identify the sound imitated by the given onomatopoeia, that is, to identify the meaning of the onomatopoeia and (2) to capture the sound they heard by an existing lexicalized onomatopoeia. The research results indicate that although standard Slovak is a language relatively rich in lexicalized onomatopoeic expressions, adult natives are not very familiar with their meaning. Most of the respondents could not identify the sound mimicked by the given onomatopoeia and were not able to capture the sound by the existing lexicalized sound-imitating word. This finding supports the views about the marginal position of onomatopoeia in adult language.

Palabras clave

  • sound-imitating expressions
  • lexicalized onomatopoeia
  • adult speech
  • standard Slovak
Acceso abierto

Control structures in Kokborok: A case of syntactic convergence

Publicado en línea: 30 Apr 2022
Páginas: 21 - 52

Resumen

Abstract

This paper presents a descriptive study of the control structures in Kokborok, a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Tripura (one of the North-Eastern states in India) and demonstrates the contact-induced changes in the phenomenon of control in Kokborok which resulted due to the long-term contact with Bangla (Indo-Aryan), a genetically different language spoken in the state. The instances of genitive subject and the phenomenon of overt controllee in the embedded subject position in Kokborok are the cases in point. The instance of overt controllee described in this paper points to the deviation from the classic concept of PRO thereby demonstrating a property unique to the study of South Asian languages.

Palabras clave

  • control
  • copy
  • convergence
  • PRO
Acceso abierto

Angas-Sura Etymologies IX

Publicado en línea: 30 Apr 2022
Páginas: 53 - 72

Resumen

Abstract

The paper is a new contribution to revealing the Afro-Asiatic heritage in the lexicon of the Angas-Sura group of Chadic languages by means of interbranch comparison using a.o. the ancient Egypto-Semitic evidence.

Palabras clave

  • Chadic languages
  • Afro-Asiatic comparative linguistics
  • African linguistics
  • ancient Egyptian
  • Semitic
  • historical phonology
  • etymology
Acceso abierto

Dangla-Migama and Afro-Asiatic III: Root Initial *ḅ-a

Publicado en línea: 30 Apr 2022
Páginas: 73 - 83

Resumen

Abstract

The paper is a new contribution to revealing the Afro-Asiatic heritage in the lexicon of the Dangla-Migama group of Chadic languages by means of interbranch comparison using a.o. the ancient Egypto-Semitic evidence.

Palabras clave

  • Chadic languages
  • Afro-Asiatic comparative linguistics
  • African linguistics
  • ancient Egyptian
  • Semitic
  • historical phonology
  • etymology
Acceso abierto

Omotic lexicon in its Afro-Asiatic setting VI: Addenda to Omotic roots with *ḅ-, *ṗ-, *p- (or *f-)a

Publicado en línea: 30 Apr 2022
Páginas: 85 - 112

Resumen

Abstract

The paper is a new contribution to revealing the Afro-Asiatic heritage in the lexicon of the Omotic languages by means of interbranch comparison using a.o. the ancient Egypto-Semitic evidence.

Palabras clave

  • Omotic languages
  • the languages of Ethiopia
  • Afro-Asiatic comparative linguistics
  • African linguistics
  • ancient Egyptian
  • Semitic
  • historical phonology
  • etymology
Acceso abierto

Reviews: Seino van Breugel. 2021. A dictionary of Atong, a Tibeto-Burman language of Northeast India and Bangladesh (Pacific Linguistics 664). Berlin–Boston: De Gruyter Mouton. Pp. xxviii + 378

Publicado en línea: 30 Apr 2022
Páginas: 113 - 118

Resumen

Acceso abierto

Reviews: Ellen Smith-Dennis. 2020. A Grammar of Papapana. An Oceanic Language of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea (Pacific Linguistics 659). Boston–Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. Pp. xxv + 532

Publicado en línea: 30 Apr 2022
Páginas: 119 - 129

Resumen

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