3 edition of On zoosemy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 243-257).
|Statement||Robert Kiełtyka ; prefaced by Grzegorz A. Kleparski.|
|LC Classifications||PE1585 .K535 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||257 p. :|
|Number of Pages||257|
|LC Control Number||2009460685|
8) zoosemy (names of animals are used to denote human beings and their qualities): a bookworm (person devoted to books), an ass (a stupid person), a tiger (a cruel person), etc. Metonymy –transfer of meaning based on contiguity, i.e. by naming a closely related object or idea, e.g.
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This book is dedicated to the issue of animal metaphor together with its intricacies and internal complexity. Its main objective is to present a unified picture of the role animal terms have played in the shape of English and other natural languages.
The author addresses such aspects of animal Author: Robert Kieltyka. PDF | On Jan 1,Robert Kiełtyka and others published Selected Aspects of Zoosemy: The Conceptual Dimension "Origin/Social Status" at Work | Find, read and cite all the research you need on Author: Robert Kieltyka.
Book Reviews. Gabriela Zapletalová it is postulated that the workings of zoosemy in Eng-lish may be accounted for by reference to seven conceptual dimensions/spheres, i.e. profession/social Author: Robert Kieltyka. This book is dedicated to the issue of animal metaphor together with its intricacies and internal complexity.
Its main objective is to present a unified picture of the role animal terms have played in the shape of English and other natural : Robert Kieltyka.
The author subdivided the quantum of the analysed lexical items into the following type-groups: zoosemy (animal metaphor), foodsemy (food metaphor), plantosemy (plant metaphor), metonymy, reification, eponymy, onomatopoeia, rhyming slang and : ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: A collection of 12 essays by scholars from Asia, Europe, and North America.
"These essays are presented as evidence of the international cooperation that has been fostered by the work of Paul Szarmach in the international community of medievalists, and of the success of his vision in opening up the borders of a discipline. Free Online Library: Zoosemic terms denoting FEMALE HUMAN BEINGS: semantic derogation of women revisited (1).
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Extract | 67 → Robert Kiełtyka Verbal Zoosemy Revisited Abstract: The paper sheds some light on the complexity of the mechanism of zoosemy in relation to its extension into the category VERB.
It is devoted to the discussion of the mechanics of metaphor-metonymy interaction couched in terms of the conceptual metaphor theory where animal-related verbs are used with reference to human beings.
Extract. Agnieszka Grząśko Language of Love: On Zoosemy and Terms of Endearment in English, Russian and Polish Abstract: Love has more than one name. At least in an intimate context. When addressing people we feel affection to we tend to employ such words which are reserved only for them.
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Its main objective is to present a unified picture of the role animal terms have played in the shape of English and other natural languages. The author addresses such aspects of animal metaphor as the problem of animal names used as surnames, so-called verbal and adjectival zoosemy, or the use of names of animal body parts with reference to people.
CHINESE ZOOSEMY Introduction The aim of this paper is to outline the mechanism of zoosemy1 (animal metaphor) operating in Chinese in the context of its operation in Indo-European languages. In the existing literature, the issue of animal metaphor in Chinese has been touched upon in, among others, Hsieh (,), Domínguez and.
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Many words, for instance, give, take, walk, book, table, etc., used in their direct meaning, denote but not connote anything. The meaning of a word is studied with the help of Componential Analysis. It consists in decomposition of the word meaning into semes – minimal components of meaning, or.
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Du bok, OHG bock, all meaning primarily 'he-goat'), has been used since Anglo-Saxon times in the sense 'male deer or the male of other related animals'. By the process of zoosemy, at the beginning of the 14th century the word started to be used with reference to man in various associations.
In I proposed a new approach to metaphor analysis and typology, based on the strict distinction between the material and phenomenological worlds. I concluded that the ultimate source domain (experiential basis) is the world of physical objects. The present paper develops these ideas, presenting a more detailed analysis of each of the metaphor types.
zoosemy is used in a narrow sense and it is understood as the totality of lexical items that are thematically linked with the animal world.” Some linguists call the zoosemantic words „ animal metaphors” (Lakoff, G.,p. 79), (Stern, G.,p), (Leach, G.,p), etc. The zoosemantic type of language is phraseological.
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Wood with metal tags, used to hold kola nuts in the royal court of Benin, where the leopard was an epithet for a powerful person. An animal epithet is a name used to label a person or group, by association with some perceived quality of an animal.
Epithets may be formulated as similes, explicitly comparing people. OSTRAVA JOURNAL OF ENGLISH PHILOLOGY Contents Linguistics and Translation Studies Robert Kiełtyka, Grzegorz A. Kleparski The Conceptual Dimension SEXUALITY as a Typical Facet of Zoosemy.
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Their features, characteristics, and/or behaviours are employed as metaphors to convey certain meanings. Origins and purpose. The Historical Thesaurus of English (HT) has been a long time in the making. It was founded by Professor Michael Samuels in Forty years later, it has been published online for scholarly use and is about to be published in book form as the Historical Thesaurus of the OED (Kay et al.
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the bear is the symbol of three cities at least – Madrid, Berlin and Bern) or a nation (e.g. the cock is the symbol of both France and Portugal; the bull is the symbol of Spain; the eagle is the symbol of Poland and USA.
高级英语16秋在线作业2 一、多选题（共 4 道试题，共 10 分。 1. Which sentences apply the rhetorical device of zoosemy? A. They look like figures representing gluttony in a medieval morality play, and you expect ladies in wimples to appear and clowns dressed like monkeys.emd e8 The E8 was a 2,horsepower, A1A-A1A passenger-train locomotive built by General Motors' Electro-Motive Division of La Grange, Illinois.
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