DIctionnaire Synchronique des FAmilles dÉrivationnelles de mots français (DISFA ) jako faza ewolucji słowotwórstwa gniazdowego
DIctionnaire Synchronique des FAmilles derivationnelles de mots français (DISFA) as a phase in the evolution of nest word formation
Subject(s): Language studies, Language and Literature Studies, Theoretical Linguistics, Comparative Linguistics, Western Slavic Languages, Eastern Slavic Languages, South Slavic Languages
Published by: KSIĘGARNIA AKADEMICKA Sp. z o.o.
Keywords: dictionary; word formation; word family; word-formation nest; root word; derivative
Summary/Abstract: The lexicography of the Slavonic nations, especially the branch of nest lexicography, has seen an impetuous development since the sixties, producing at least fifty publications, but it remains effectively unknown to French lexicography. Updated terminology, the symbols of successive parts of speech in the word-formative chain from the centre of the nest to the specific derivative, remain an achievement of researchers solely on this side of the Rhône. The DISFA dictionary (Claude Gruaz et al., published *"") neither does refer to the Slavonic tradition, nor even to the native, French tradition (p.ex. an unfinished project from the nineties that was initiated by Danielle Corbin), and remains despite the announcements only a morphological and etymological dictionary.
- Issue Year: 2016
- Issue No: 21
- Page Range: 151-161
- Page Count: 11
- Language: Polish