Current issue: Dictionaries 41.1
Editor: Edward Finegan
Global Viewpoints on Lexicography and Neologisms – Annette Klosa-Kückelhaus and Ilan Kernerman, Guest Editors
Table of Contents
Global Viewpoints on Lexicography and Neologisms: An Introduction – Annette Klosa-Kückelhaus and Ilan Kernerman
Language-Internal Neologisms and Anglicisms: Dealing with New Words and Expressions in The Danish Dictionary – Lars Trap-Jensen
The Formation of Neologisms in a Lesser-used Language: The Case of Frisian – Hindrik Sijens and Hans Van de Velde
New Estonian Words and Senses: Detection and Description – Margit Langemets, Jelena Kallas, Kaisa Norak, Indrek Hein
Linguistics Terminology and Neologisms in Swahili: Rules vs. Practice – Gilles-Maurice de Schryver
The Korean Neologism Investigation Project: Current Status and Key Issues – Kilim Nam, Soojin Lee, Hae-Yun Jung
Beyond Frequency: On the Dictionarization of New Words in Spanish – Judit Freixa and Sergi Torner
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