[Ads-l] Dictionary transcription (was RE: A book for (some of) us)

Geoffrey Nathan geoffnathan at WAYNE.EDU
Thu Jan 7 08:31:23 EST 2021


Can someone point me towards resources on the history of
American dictionary-style transcription systems.
This seems to be a rather difficult subject to investigate.
In particular, I'm interested in 'V+h' notations.

Geoff

Geoffrey S. Nathan
WSU Information Privacy Officer (Retired)
Emeritus Professor, Linguistics Program
https://clasprofiles.wayne.edu/profile/an6993
geoffnathan at wayne.edu

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An addition to the not particularly crowded bookshelf of novels about
lexicographers.  Looks like fun, and there's a shout-out to Jesse in the
review.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/05/books/review-liars-dictionary-eley-williams.html

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