[An-lang] An-lang Digest, Vol 142, Issue 1

Elisabeth Luquin elisabeth.luquin at gmail.com
Sun Jul 5 12:16:34 UTC 2015


Hi all,

I have seen this book :
http://www.lulu.com/shop/jean-paul-g-potet/numbers-and-units-in-old-tagalog/paperback/product-20922190.html

but I haven't red it yet, so I do not know if it can help.

Best regards,
Elisabeth Luquin
Inalco

2015-07-05 6:54 GMT+02:00 <an-lang-request at anu.edu.au>:

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> From: Piers Kelly <Piers.Kelly at anu.edu.au>
> Subject: [An-lang] quantifying loans in Philippine languages
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> Hi all,
> Just wondering if someone could tell me of the existence of any reliable
> study that attempts to *quantify* the number of Spanish (or other)
> loanwords in a Philippine language, as a proportion of the overall lexicon?
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> Bonus points if said study breaks down loanwords by semantic domain.
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> Many thanks in advance,
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> Piers
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> From: Christopher Sundita <cas536 at cornell.edu>
> Subject: Re: [An-lang] quantifying loans in Philippine languages
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> Hi Piers,
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> I am currently travelling so I don't have access to my resources at the
> moment. But based on what I remember off hand, I suggest checking out
> Jos? Panganiban's 1969 "Tesauro Pilipino-Ingles."  I recall that he
> estimated the origins of Tagalog's word loanwords that he figured out in
> the course of compiling the dictionary. There may be similar estimates in
> dictionaries for other Philippine languages like Mintz's Bikol dictionary,
> Wolff's Cebuano one, Rubino's Ilokano one, etc.
>
> As for semantic domains. I do know that Gloria Chan-Yap's 1974 dissertation
> "Hokkien Borrowings in Tagalog" categorizes Hokkien loanwords by semantic
> domain. And  I *think* TH Pardo de Tavera's 1919 "Lo s?nscrito en lengua
> tagalog" does the same with Sanskrit words that entered Tagalog via Malay.
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> --Chris Sundita
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> On Saturday, July 4, 2015, Piers Kelly <Piers.Kelly at anu.edu.au> wrote:
>
> > Hi all,
> > Just wondering if someone could tell me of the existence of any reliable
> > study that attempts to *quantify* the number of Spanish (or other)
> > loanwords in a Philippine language, as a proportion of the overall
> lexicon?
> >
> > Bonus points if said study breaks down loanwords by semantic domain.
> >
> > Many thanks in advance,
> >
> > Piers
> > --
> > Dr Piers Kelly
> > Communications and Outreach Coordinator
> >  The ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language
> > dynamicsoflanguage.edu.au | Facebook
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