hapax


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hapax

(ˈhæpæks)
n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a word that only appears once in a work of or genus of literature or in a body of work by a particular author
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Nevertheless, attestations are still challenging: some lexical items may be hapax legomena or scribal verbatim copies from exempla (thereby not representing the actual language use of the individual); others may be so widely spread (internationalisms) that they cannot be easily traced.
To find as many different versions of the manifesto as possible, I chose an unusual keyphrase, called a "(https://mentalfloss.com/article/27617/elusive-hapax-legomenon) hapax legomenon " in computational linguistics: a set of words that would only be found in the manifesto and nowhere else.
El hermano del difunto, Iu(nius) Virilis lleva, tambien, un cognomen que, relacionado con la edad, es poco frecuente en Occidente (28) y constituiria un hapax en la peninsula lo que anade especial valor al documento aqui presentado.
Inicialmente, o software identifica as hapax (palavras com frequencia um), calcula a quantidade de palavras e a frequencia media delas.
Intellectuel et voyageur dans les cultures du monde et [beaucoup moins que]in der Weltliteratur[beaucoup plus grand que], comme son modele Abdelkebir Khatibi, Atmane Bissani, professeur des litteratures a l'universite de Meknes, a federe, autour de lui, une vingtaine de chercheurs universitaires, pour rendre hommage a Abdelkebir Khatibi et lire ou/et relire [beaucoup moins que]autrement[beaucoup plus grand que] son oeuvre dont chaque texte, du Roman maghrebin (1969), de La Memoire tatouee et Vomito Blanco au Scribe et son ombre (2008) est un hapax explorant un point important des langages et des langues qui possibilisent notre desir d'habiter le monde dans l'inconfort des questionnements et des reves oses.
His reading leans heavier on the meaning of ghadara, and he writes in the first footnote, "If the sense of the hapax mutaraddami is that of being patched up or sewn together, then in the context of the verb ghadara, it could mean 'a piece of cloth that requires patching up as a result of the thrust of my spear and slash of my sword.'"
En este tenor, la critica mas dura se hace a la edicion de la novela cervantina de Vicente Gaos, edicion unica a juicio de Rico, ya que "Nunca, por ende, se ha publicado otro [Quijote], desde Robles, con tantas violencias sintacticas, concordancias forzadas, hapax de toda especie, erratas convertidas en rasgos de estilo y triviales fenomenos de corrupcion textual contemplados como pruebas de la <<plena maestria>> de un <<profundo artista>> en quien <<creacion y critica se acompanan paralelamente>>" (pp.
De manera ejemplar, la historiadora ha rescatado las contadas fuentes disponibles, esencialmente concentradas en un expediente de los ramos Indios y Tierras del Archivo General de la Nacion, en particular la correspondencia entre los principales protagonistas involucrados en la represion de la rebelion, mas un documento de un fiscal otomi, verdadero hapax, que permite restituir el "native point of view".
Dicho al modo de los linguistas: no solo es un oximoron sino tambien un hapax, un hapax legomenon, <<dicho una sola vez>> (17).
Fleishman also points out that the reference to Jerusalem's destruction as "consumed by fire" (a hapax legomenon) may be a purposeful way of telling the king that fire, sacred to Zoroastrians, had been wrongfully utilized, and hence the city's walls must be rebuilt.
Los hapax, palabras que aparecen en los textos historicos una sola vez, van seguidos de un asterisco (*).
Three aspects of his literary virtuosity are discernible in his forceful critique of Tyre: creative imagery and phrasing, use of unusual and even unique words (hapax legomena) and further expansion of biblical vocabulary through neologisms (invented words).