A Thesaurus of Old English The Thesaurus is drawn from a database of more than 50, 000 entries, each recording a discrete word sense of Old English vocabulary. These materials are taken largely from the standard dictionaries of the language, with some supplementation from the available fascicles of the Toronto Dictionary of Old English and from the DOE's working materials. The thesaurus classification is based on that designed by Michael Samuels and Christian Kay for the Historical Thesaurus of English, for which the TOE was initially a pilot study. Because the Thesaurus of Old English, first published in the King's College London Medieval Series (1995) as a research tool offered to the academic community, is now entering a second impression, it can be described in the words of its reviewers:... zone gelar 03.03.04.05 Insufficiency, lack, want; 03.03.08 Emptiness laran 05.12.05.08.01 To go before and guide; 06.01.04 Faculty of memory; 09.06.02.01 .05 Proclamation, spreading abroad; 12.03 Direction, guidance; 14.01.06 A rule, anbsp;...
|Title||:||A Thesaurus of Old English: Index|
|Author||:||Jane Roberts, Christian Kay, Lynne Grundy|
|Publisher||:||Rodopi - 2000-01-01|