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From Fata to Foys
, where does the history of Belle come from to sleeping wood? Who are the “fées” present at the birth of the small princess? This volume brings together contributions that reflect the extraordinary richness and complexity of this old history that was believed to be familiar, from its distant origins...
The sea or utopian ruler
Do I recall that the sea has also been perceived as a place where utopia prevails throughout its splender? In addition to Thomas More’s book published in 1516, this word, with Greek etymology outopos, refers to the delicacies and curiosities of the imaginary country and the country nowhere. How can...
Where Caesar's Latin does not belong: a comparative grammar based approach to Romance etymology
International audience Since its beginning in the 19th century, when dealing with inherited lexicon, Romance etymology and etymography always promoted Latin etyma. In a quite revolutionary paper, J.-P. Chambon (2007) recommended recreating Romance etymology on the basis of comparative grammar. This...
Fibre, fabula, Fact (Volume 18.0)
"The chapters of Fibula, Fabula, Fact – The Viking Age in Finland are intended to provide essential foundations for approaching the important topic of the Viking Age in Finland. These chapters are oriented to provide introductions to the sources, methods and perspectives of diverse disciplines in a...
Bisturris, search for a word
This search specifically focuses on a relatively common term in medieval sources in the Midi: bisturris. This is a fortification element which is akin to one round but has a number of particularities. The article includes an inventory of occurrences of the term, proposals for approaching its meaning...
Crime or revival
‘titrebSummary’/titrebWhen etymology, perpetrators approach crime in so far as it targets the denial of separation. It can be seen as the ultimate temptation, on the part of some subjects, to resolve the threat posed by the theft of a narcissistic object, in a certain dedistinction between the inter...
The recognition of poetic in the De Poematibus de Diomède
. The article analyses the De Poematibus de Diomède by examining the platonician and aristotelician sources of grammairien and shows that the book is a reference to a philosophical dispute about the specificity of the poetic, in which Diomède, reflecting on the concepts of genera and species, in fac...
Should Saussure be defended against its fans? Note item on Saussurian etymology
Transmission in three stages of three movements
The studies devoted to transmission concern a variety of areas: education, history, psychology and psychanalysis, sociology and anthropology, communication. While during the 70s transmission represented the image of conservatism, this topic is again topical: questioning the various forms of remembra...
Unifiliation groups, parentage and domestic company in Ladakh (the phaspun)
The author starts from the controversy between him and Mr Brauen in 1981. For the latter, phase 1 is a culinary group of mutual assistance, whereas the author defended the unifiliation group’s case. The author now acknowledges that this dispute was sterile, that the phase phase presents both aspects...
ETIMOLOGIJA HRVATSKE RIJEČI VRGANJ I JOŠ NEKIH MIKONIMA U HRVATSKOME
U ovom se radu osporava etimologija po kojoj je riječ vrganj posuđena iz mađarskoga. Izvor ovoj hrvatskoj riječi ne može biti ni mađ. vargánya (Skok III, 1973:624), budući da je, upravo obratno, ta riječ posuđena iz hrvatskoga, a ne može biti ni od mađ. úrgomba ‘vrganj’, jer je to fonološki nemoguće...
Death policy: Uncomfortable
Violence in Brazil, especially in Rio de Janeiro, escapes the concepts and even the ancient ethymology of the word, and is above all hitting black, most of them in the favelas and suburb of the city, which are remembered as a scenario of the policy of extermination of the state. This is a wake-up ex...
A critical examination of the brewing etymology
The traditional filiation established between brace gauges ‘a matter used to prepare beer’ (from which brown brown comes from) and brewing ‘prepare beer’ is reviewed in this article by examining the whole of the Walloon technological vocabulary of the brewery and the specific realities described: pr...
Deep encoding of etymological information in TEI
International audience This paper aims to provide a comprehensive modeling and representation of etymological data in digital dictionaries. The purpose is to integrate in one coherent framework both digital representations of legacy dictionaries, and also born-digital lexical databases that are cons...
Marrist linguists and their onomastic language. The case of Georgia
Language theories of Nikolaj Marr deeply permeated Soviet intellectual life until the 1950s. This success can be explained both by a series of cyclical factors and by the very personality of the Georgian bell. In addition to a periodical chronology of the development of ‘marrisme’, it is possible to...
Iterature markers in Russian: existence guarantors or suitability guarantors
The ‘expected’/‘unexpected’ opposition and the construction of intersubjectivity are discussed on the example of the Russian quantifiers ‘N raz’, where ‘raz’ means ‘times’ and ‘N-ždy’, with the element ‘-ždy’ in poorly defined etymology. Having in common the numeral adjective N and systematically pr...
Contribution to: Would death mean life? Does understanding death allow a better appreciation of life? These are the two fundamental questions that go through this dictionary, unique in its genre.From Abattoir to zombi, more than 1000 entrances try to create an insolvent and deep picture of death. Th...
What do the cluster and horticulture have?
the article offers three avenues for reflection on the basis of the ‘curiosità linguistics’ section of Hans Weber, the first relating to the etymology, the second to the morphological phenomenon illustrated by the compound words, and the third to the evolving nature of each language. The conclusion...
Mesopotamic heritages of the Inūma ILU awīlum in the shaping of the concept, and in the Greek anthropogonic narratives: comparative anthropology concretes
Comparative study of the ethimology of, in particular, the Greek and mesopotamic sources in terms of human origins (anthropogías), with the aim of seeking a common configuration of the Greek man on the basis of the discovery of his dependencies and divergences from the eastern narrative sources that...
Germania Semitica explores prehistoric language contact in general, and attempts to identify the languages involved in shaping Germanic in particular. The book deals with a topic outside the scope of other disciplines concerned with prehistory, such as archaeology and genetics, drawing its conclusio...
A bit of etymology
The importance of racinian onomastic is often underestimated, as if it were not necessary to question it too much in this classic form in Port-Royal. We may be wrong. This is what you find when you survey two characters with invented names: Nabal, means fou, unthin. see 2 Sam 3: ‘Should Abner die as...
Dangerous friends: a theoretical approach and a practical classification of false friends between Spanish and modern Greek
Although Greek and Spanish belong to different families, there is a high degree of phonological and morphological overlap. This work focuses on one aspect of this relationship, which relates to false friends. Broadly speaking, the term refers to words in two languages with morphological affinity but...
Not subject — Florilège
under the leadership of Lucien Samir Oulahbib Critical Esprit, Vol. 12, No 1, Summer 2009 1. Presentation of the issue — Sylvie Chiousse 2. From the body as an intervention area to the corps-media: analysis of health advertising speech — Luciane Lucas and Tânia Hoff 3. Religious tourism in Brazil: e...
ΚИλασις in the Helsinki Literature: from Tukidydesa to Pseudo-Timajos
the subject of the article is the semantic analysis of the Greek vocal noun κИλασις in the Helsinki literature from its inception to the time of the creation of the New Testament. The first part of the article sets out the dictionary definitions and the etymology of κИλασις. The second part analyses...
Science of people and anthropology of man
A determination of a relationship between ethnology and anthropology with etymology as a starting point, loses a developmental dimension. Besides, a reduction in anthropology to the question:' What is a man' and discussion of 'general characteristics of human existence' represents reduction of anthr...