John Palsgrave as Renaissance Linguist: A Pioneer in Vernacular Language Description

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Index
Acolastus (The Comedy of) 2, 26, 27, 29, 30, 32, 328, 420, 438, 446
adages 438-44
adjectivale 130, 145
adjectives 133-4, 155-7, 175, 225-35, 282, 303-9, 452-6
adverbs 138-40, 143-7, 351-2, 355, 357-8, 365-6, 367, 370, 375, 447, 452-6
A Glasse of the Truthe 23, 24, 25
agreeing seesocial variation
Alexis, G.57, 114, 191, 192, 324
all-inclusiveness 125
Allen, P. S.5
alphabetical order 54-5, 125, 127-30, 132- 3, 135, 136, 137, 138, 140, 218, 224, 274, 291, 302, 312, 314, 337, 351, 357 see also first-letter order, second-letter order
Alston, R. C.38, 47, 49, 56, 148, 367, 369, 370, 372, 390, 400, 417, 418, 419, 432
Ames, J.37
anaphoric relations seerelations
André, B.115
Angelis, V. de 127
animals, names of 211-17
names of female 74, 76-7, 215-17, 258-9
names of male 76-7, 215-17, 258-9
apposition 207-9
full 208-9
partial 208
generic 208
specific 208
Aquinas, T.92, 93
Arber, E. 40, 41, 42
archaisms 87-8, 89, 122-3, 175, 180-1, 185-8, 234, 249, 302, 325, 450, 464
arrangement
by derivation 128
by grammatical function 138-9, 143-7, 351
by meaning 130, 141-2, 351, 369
by topic 130, 148, 150, 152, 160, 212-13, 258, 260, 264, 276
by word class 127, 128, 129, 131-2
by word-family 131, 233, 277
article
in French 71-2
asyndetic relation 209-10
Atkinson, W. E. D. 30
attitude
covert language 381-5
exclamatory language 343, 348, 364, 366, 368-75 see also interjections politeness 348-50, 353, 375, 376-9, 381, 414-55
swearing 352, 358, 366-8
authorial reference point 199, 205, 226-7, 237-8, 263
Ayres-Bennett, W.-Carruthers, J. 72
Bacon, R. 92, 93, 94
Baker, J. H. 149
Balbus, J. 128, 129, 150, 151
Barclay, A.48, 55-6, 58-61, 66, 103-6, 142, 151, 172, 186, 445
Baret, J.44, 118
bargaining see social variation
Barton, J.101, 102, 111-13
Bateson, M. 2
Baugh, A. C. and Cable, T. 82, 90, 459, 460
Baynton, A.15, 22, 345
Beaulieux, C. 149
Bede 174
Bennett, H. S. 39, 40, 43
Bethune, C. de 94
Bibbesworth, W. de 97, 102, 171
Blake, N. F. 46
Bloch, O. 118
Blount, E. (Lady Tailboys) 8, 10, 12, 13, 15
Blount, Ch.15, 31
Boase, C. W. 21
borrowings 87, 184
Boswell, E. 42-3
Bouchier, J. (Lord Berner)172, 191, 221, 442
Bourciez, E.118
Bradley, H. 46

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