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It can be formed by coinage , in which people actually create a word.
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An example of this is canola , which is genetically modified rapeseed, and nylon. Words like nylon are called eponyms as they are derived from the name of a place or person; in this case, New York and London. Semantic change occurs when the meaning of a word or morpheme changes. There are multiple theories of semantic change. Several of the processes in semantic change are:.
Some words may go through several of these change. For example, ji originally meant the smallest child of a family. This meaning extended to the final month of a season by metaphor. Then it extended to season by synecdoche. Later, it extended to mean period of time by broadening. A new method of historical linguistics was developed by Joseph Greenberg , called mass comparison. The method remains controversial. Most of the language families Greenberg constructed are not accepted by the majority of linguists; however, Afro-Asiatic and Niger-Congo have been almost wholly accepted, and Nilo-Saharan has been accepted with some reservations, many linguists splitting off groups.
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The principle of mass comparison is that languages generally don't borrow very basic vocabulary, such as pronouns, though there are examples of borrowing in mixed languages. As such, he looks for general similarities, which supposing that words can have semantic shift. From Wikibooks, open books for an open world. Linguistics Introduction Theoretical Linguistics Discourse Analysis Language as Signs The TiEL series features volumes that present interesting new data and analyses, and above all fresh approaches that contribute to the overall aim of the series, which is to further outstanding research in English linguistics.
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The rules understood by the speaker reflect specific patterns or regularities in the way words are formed from smaller units and how those smaller units interact in speech. In this way, morphology is the branch of linguistics that studies patterns of word-formation within and across languages, and attempts to formulate rules that model the knowledge of the speakers of those languages, in the context of historical linguistics, how the means of expression change over time.
See grammaticalisation. Syntax is the study of the principles and rules for constructing sentences in natural languages. The term syntax is used to refer directly to the rules and principles that govern the sentence structure of any individual language, as in "the syntax of Modern Irish ".
Modern researchers in syntax attempt to describe languages in terms of such rules. Many professionals in this discipline attempt to find general rules that apply to all natural languages in the context of historical linguistics, how characteristics of sentence structure in related languages changed over time. Studies in historical linguistics often use the terms " conservative " or "innovative" to characterize the extent of change occurring in a particular language or dialect as compared with related varieties.
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In particular, a conservative variety changes relatively less than an innovative variety. The variations in plasticity are often related to the socio-economic situation of the language speakers. An example of an innovative dialect would be American English because of the vast number of speakers and the open interaction its speakers have with other language groups; the changes can be seen in the terms developed for business and marketing, among other fields such as technology.
The converse of an innovative language is a conservative language, which is generally defined by its static nature and imperviousness to outside influences. Most but not all conservative languages are spoken in secluded areas that lack any other primary language speaking population.
Neither descriptive terms carries any value judgment in linguistic studies or determines any form of worthiness a language has, compared to any other language. A particularly-conservative variety that preserves features that have long since vanished elsewhere is sometimes said to be " archaic ". There are few examples of archaic language in modern society, but some have survived in set phrases or in nursery rhymes.
In terms of evolutionary theory, historical linguistics as opposed to research into the origins of human language studies Lamarckian acquired characteristics of languages. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article includes a list of references , but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. July Learn how and when to remove this template message. Outline History Index. Grammatical theories.
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See also: Synchrony and diachrony. Main article: Dialectology. Main article: Sound change. Main article: Conservative language. Comparative method Comparative word lists: wikt:Wiktionary:Basic English Word List wikt:Wiktionary:Swadesh list Etymological dictionary Genetic linguistics Germanic philology Glottochronology Grammaticalisation Historical dictionary Indo-European studies Language families and languages Lexicostatistics List of languages by first written accounts Mass lexical comparison Paleolinguistics Proto-language Real-time sociolinguistics Proto-Indo-European language Wave model.
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Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. The inventory from which these letters are taken is the alphabet through which the language is defined.
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