A Case of Historical Onomasiology
Journal of Pakistan Vision Vol.
109) Joachim Grzega & Marion Schoner, English and General Historical Lexicology: Materials for Onomasiology
Seminars, 1 Onomasiology
Online Monographs 1, 32 (2007).
Words and Concepts in Time: Towards Diachronic Cognitive Onomasiology
Neither semasiology nor onomasiology
seem to provide conclusive answers, for the profile of JUST is largely alike in all languages and the terms that have diachronically interacted with JUST not include the notions that outstrip English from other languages.
Through a combination of historical onomasiology
and cognitive linguistics, my research will propose an analysis and description both of OE expressions literally meaning FEAR and expressions that do not literally refer to this concept (that is, metonyms and metaphors, both living and dead).
In an open, or yet incompletely browsed domain (such as Web pages might induce), onomasiology
is less capable.
Elizabeth Closs Traugott affirme a ce sujet: "Ultimately of course, semasiology presupposes onomasiology
, and onomasiology
presupposes semasiology, since domains have members, and over times individual form-meaning pairs come to be used to express those domains [.
Eight of the papers are in the area of onomasiology
(the branch of linguistics concerned with the question "how do you express X?
Semasiology, or lexical semantics, was a branch of lexicology, distinct from onomasiology
and semantic reconstruction.
has traditionally dealt with the study of sets of associated concepts in relation to the lexical items used to designate them.
Another difference between the two approaches is that Stekauer's Cognitive Onomasiological theory deals primarily, as its name suggests, with the onomasiological aspect of linguistic meaning, whereas Cognitive Grammar and other cognitive models of language pursued in the paradigm of Cognitive Linguistics, have concentrated on semasiology rather than onomasiology