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#3503. Gramley の英語史用語集 [terminology][hel_education]

 Gramley (364--91) の英語史概説書の巻末に用語解説の "Glossary" が付いている.用語の見出しのみを抜き出したものだが簡易「英語史用語集」として使えそうなので,列挙しておく.アルファベット順でしめて400用語.Gramley の英語史は社会言語学な視点からの記述なので,その方面の用語が豊富である.テキストファイルでのアクセスはこちらからどうぞ.

abduction
ablaut
accent
accommodation
acrolect
acronym
adjective
adstrate
adverb
affricate
Afrikaans
agreement
Aitken's Law
allophone
alphabet
American Indian English (AIE)
American Indian Pidgin English
American language, the
American Vernacular
American Vulgate
Antilles, Greater
Appalachians
a-prefixing
articles
aspect
aspiration
assimilation
attrition
autochthonous language
auxiliary do
auxiliary verbs
baby-talk
back-formation
backing
basilect
bidialectalism
bilingualism
binomials
bioprogram
bleaching out
bleeding
blend
blending
borrowing
calque
Cameroon Pidgin English (CPE)
Canadian raising
case
case leveling
chain shifts
Chancery English
Chicano English (CE)
child-directed language
class
clipping
CLOTH-NORTH split
code-mixing
code-switching
codification
Colonial English
communication accommodation theory
comparative method, the
comparing pronunciation
complementizers
compounding
concord
consonant clusters
contact language
continuum
conversion
copula deletion
copular verb
core vocabulary
correctness, attitudes toward
count vs. mass
covert norm
creolization
cultural-institutional vocabulary
declension
deictic system
deixis
demonstrative
derivation
determiners
dialect
dictionaries
diglossia
diphthong
diphthongization
discourse structure
discourse particles
divergence
domain
do-periphrasis
double modals
double negation
doublets
dual
Dutch
East Africa
education
emblematic markers
English as a Foreign Language (EFL)
English as a Lingua Franca (ELF)
English as a Native Language (ENL)
English as a Second Language (ESL)
English creole languages
English pidgins
Estuary English
ethnic varieties
ethnicity
exclusive pronouns
eye dialect
face
false friends
family model
feeding
field
First Germanic Sound Shift, the
folk etymology
FOOT-STRUT Split
foreigner-talk
French
fricative
fronting
futhorc, the
gender
General American (GenAm)
General English (GenE)
generation model
Germanic languages
Germanic Sound Shifts
grammars
grammatical categories
grammaticalization
Great Vowel Shift (GVS)
Grimm's Law
Gullah
H-dropping
habitual (aspect)
hard words
Hiri Motu
historical reconstruction
hot-news perfect (aspect)
hybrid language
hypercorrection
idiom
implication relationship
inclusive pronouns
indefinite determiners
indefinite pronouns
indicator
indirect (imperative) speech acts
Indo-European language family
inflection in English
Ingvæonish
inkhorn terms
interference
interlanguage
interrogative determiners
interrogative pronouns
intersectionality
intrusive-r
invariant be
IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet)
irrealis
isogloss
iterative
jargon
kinship terms
koiné
koinéization
L-vocalization
L1
language and nation
language attitudes
language community
language contact
language death
language imposition
language loss
language planning and policy
language retention
language shift
lax
learner's language
lexeme
lexical gaps
lexical sets
lexicalization
lexifier
life-cycle theory
lingua franca
linguicism
linguistic drift
linguistic imperialism
linking-r
loan translation
loan word
London Jamaican
loss of /h/
Low Back Merger
Low Dutch
mandative subjunctive
manuals of usage
marginal language
Maritimes
marker
mass nouns
mergers
meronymy
mesolects
metathesis
middle passage
Midlands
minimal pair
modal auxiliary
modality
modes of address
monogenesis
monophthongization
monophthong
mood
morpheme
morphology
motherese
multidimensionality
multiple negation
nasal
national variety
native language
Native Speaker Englishes
nautical jargons
negative face
New England
Newfoundland
NICE
nominative you
non-rhotic
non-rhoticity
non-standard GenE
Norman French
North Sea Germanic
Northern
Northern Cities Shift
Northern Subject Rule
number
number of speakers
NURSE Merger
obstruent
OED (Oxford English Dictionary)
Old Southwest
Open-Syllable Lengthening
origins of language
orthography
overt norm
palatalization
parts of speech
past
perfect(ive) aspect
periphrastic be going to
periphrastic do
personal pronouns (, systems of)
phonemicization
phonetic symbols
phonotactics
phrasal verb
pidginization
pied piping
place-names
Plantation Creole
pleonastic subject
plosive
plural
plural {-s} and {-th}
politeness
political-social change
polygenesis
polyglossia
portmanteau word
positive face
possessive adjectives
possessive pronouns
post-nasal T-Loss
pragmatic idiom
pragmatics
pre-verbal markers
prepositions
prescriptivism
present tense {-s}
pretentious language
preterite-present verbs
primary language
principal parts
principles of vowel change
progressive (aspect)
pronoun
pronoun exchange
pronunciation change
Proto-Germanic
proto-language
punctual (aspect)
reanalysis
reduced language
reduction of strong verb forms
reduplication
reference accents
reflexive pronouns
regionalization
register
relative pronouns
relexification
rhoticity
Romance languages
RP (Received Pronunciation)
runes
runic alphabet
schwa
Scots
second person pronoun usage
semantic shift
semantic change
semi-modals
semi-rhoticity
Sheng
shibboleth
shift
shortening
Singlish
singular
solidarity and power
sound shift
South Asia
Southeast Asia
Southern Africa
Southern English
Southern shift
Southwest (England)
Spanish
specifier
speech community
spelling
spelling reform
splits
Sranan
stable, extended pidgin
Standard English (StE)
standardization
stative (aspect)
stereotype
stop
stranding
strong verbs
style
subjunctive
substrate languages
superstrate
syntax
T-flapping
tag questions
tense
tertiary hybridization
thematic roles
thematic structure
THOUGHT-NORTH-FORCE Merger
TMA
Tok Pisin
topic
topicalization
toponyms
trade language
traditional dialects
TRAP-BATH Split
trial
triglossia
typology of language]
unidimensionality
universal grammatical categories
verb classes of OE
vernacular
vernacular universals
Verner's Law
vocabulary
voicing
vowel gradation
vowel systems
wave theory
weak adjective endings
weak nouns
weak verbs
West Africa
word class
word form
word formation (processes)
word order
word stress
World Englishes
yod-dropping
zero copula
zero derivation

 ・ Gramley, Stephan. The History of English: An Introduction. Abingdon: Routledge, 2012.

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