English dictionaries as sources for work in English historical linguistics: An overview

John Considine

Abstrakt

An overview of dictionaries of English as primary and secondary sources for the history of the English language, with notes on what can be learned from the study of early dictionaries, and on the development, present state, and possible future of scholarly historical lexicography in English.

Słowa kluczowe: English language, dictionaries, lexicography, bibliography
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