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Corpus-driven Bantu lexicography, part 3 : mapping meaning onto use in Lusoga

(2018) LEXIKOS. 28. p.112-151
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This article is the third instalment in a trilogy of studies that deal with corpus-driven Bantu lexicography as applied to Lusoga. Having dealt with corpus-building in Part 1, and macrostructural aspects in Part 2, we now focus on the microstructure of a dictionary and in particular on the concept of Mapping Meaning onto Use. The starting point is Patrick Hanks's book chapter by the same title, which we transpose to a study of the high-frequent motion verb -v- in Lusoga. Our detailed analysis is as much practical as it is methodological.
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BANTU, LUSOGA, CORPUS LEXICOGRAPHY, DISTRIBUTIONAL CORPUS ANALYSIS, MAPPING MEANING ONTO USE, MEANING POTENTIALS, MOTION VERBS

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de Schryver, Gilles-Maurice, and Minah Nabirye. “Corpus-Driven Bantu Lexicography, Part 3 : Mapping Meaning onto Use in Lusoga.” LEXIKOS, vol. 28, Buro Van Die Wat, 2018, pp. 112–51.
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de Schryver, G.-M., & Nabirye, M. (2018). Corpus-driven Bantu lexicography, part 3 : mapping meaning onto use in Lusoga. LEXIKOS, 28, 112–151.
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Schryver, Gilles-Maurice de, and Minah Nabirye. 2018. “Corpus-Driven Bantu Lexicography, Part 3 : Mapping Meaning onto Use in Lusoga.” LEXIKOS 28: 112–51.
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de Schryver, Gilles-Maurice, and Minah Nabirye. 2018. “Corpus-Driven Bantu Lexicography, Part 3 : Mapping Meaning onto Use in Lusoga.” LEXIKOS 28: 112–151.
Vancouver
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de Schryver G-M, Nabirye M. Corpus-driven Bantu lexicography, part 3 : mapping meaning onto use in Lusoga. LEXIKOS. 2018;28:112–51.
IEEE
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G.-M. de Schryver and M. Nabirye, “Corpus-driven Bantu lexicography, part 3 : mapping meaning onto use in Lusoga,” LEXIKOS, vol. 28, pp. 112–151, 2018.
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  abstract     = {{This article is the third instalment in a trilogy of studies that deal with corpus-driven Bantu lexicography as applied to Lusoga. Having dealt with corpus-building in Part 1, and macrostructural aspects in Part 2, we now focus on the microstructure of a dictionary and in particular on the concept of Mapping Meaning onto Use. The starting point is Patrick Hanks's book chapter by the same title, which we transpose to a study of the high-frequent motion verb -v- in Lusoga. Our detailed analysis is as much practical as it is methodological.}},
  author       = {{de Schryver, Gilles-Maurice and Nabirye, Minah}},
  issn         = {{1684-4904}},
  journal      = {{LEXIKOS}},
  keywords     = {{BANTU,LUSOGA,CORPUS LEXICOGRAPHY,DISTRIBUTIONAL CORPUS ANALYSIS,MAPPING MEANING ONTO USE,MEANING POTENTIALS,MOTION VERBS}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  pages        = {{112--151}},
  publisher    = {{Buro Van Die Wat}},
  title        = {{Corpus-driven Bantu lexicography, part 3 : mapping meaning onto use in Lusoga}},
  volume       = {{28}},
  year         = {{2018}},
}

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