2 edition of Lexical usage in southern Louisiana found in the catalog.
Lexical usage in southern Louisiana
by Published for the Society by University of Alabama Press in University, Ala
Written in English
|Statement||[by] Mima Babington and E. Bagby Atwood. Word list of construction terms [by] T. G. Lish.|
|Series||Publication of the American Dialect Society,, no. 36|
|Contributions||Atwood, Elmer Bagby, 1906- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||PE1702 .A5 no. 36|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||62053357|
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A LEXICAL USAGE IN SOUTHERN LOUISIANA 15 more important consideration in the preservation of a word seems to be whether it is still useful. Little more need be said regarding the origin of the southern Louisiana vocabulary, since the dictionaries record the etymologies of most of the words.
Lexical usage in southern Louisiana. University, Ala., Published for the Society by University of Alabama Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mima Babington; Elmer Bagby Atwood.
“Lexical usage in Southern Louisiana,” Publications of the American Dialect Society 1–25 Bailey, Beryl Loftman “Toward a new perspective in Negro American dialectology,” American Speech.
Language Variety in the South Revisited is a comprehensive collection of new research on southern United States English by foremost scholars of regional language variation. Like its predecessor, Language Variety in the South: Perspectives in Black and White (The University of Alabama Press, ).
Louisiana runs deep: a French colony turned Spanish protectorate turned reluctant American purchase; a southern fringe of swampland, bayou and alligators dissolving into the Gulf of Mexico; a northern patchwork prairie of heartland farm country; and everywhere, a population tied together by a deep, unshakable appreciation for the good things in life: food and music.
An amazing book, a very rich compendium of folk tales documenting the abundant lore and storytelling prevalent in the French culture of southern Louisiana, with side-by-side French transcriptions and English translations.
University Press of Mississippi. Cajun Music: Its Origins and Development, University of Southwestern Louisiana Press, Dictionary of Louisiana French: As Spoken in Cajun, Creole, and American Indian Communities. Senior editor Albert Valdman, Associate editor Kevin J.
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This dictionary describes the current usage of French-speaking peoples in the five broad regions of South Louisiana: the coastal marshes, the banks of the Mississippi River, the central area, the north, and the western prairie/5(26). Louisiana French (French: français de la Louisiane, Louisiana Creole: françé la lwizyàn) refers to the complex of dialects and varieties of the French language spoken traditionally in colonial Lower of today Louisiana French is primarily used in the U.S.
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It is also a recent phenomenon. Furthermore, the use of lexical clones is largely restricted to a certain, informal conversational register of spoken English.The Dictionary of Louisiana French (DLF) provides the richest inventory of French vocabulary in Louisiana and reflects precisely the speech of the period from to the present.
This dictionary describes the current usage of French-speaking peoples in the five broad regions of South Louisiana: the coastal marshes, the banks of the Mississippi.