onomasiology

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onomasiology

(ˌɒnəʊˌmeɪsɪˈɒlədʒɪ)
n
1. (Linguistics) another name for onomastics1
2. (Linguistics) the branch of semantics concerned with the meanings of and meaning relations between individual words

onomasiology

onomastics. — onomasiologist, n. — onomasiologic, onomasiological, adj.
See also: Linguistics
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The syntagmatic and paradigmatic axes of productivity: An application to the onomasiological model of word-formation.
The article proposes an onomasiological approach towards accomplishing these research tasks, based on the idea of going from concept to word.
By applying the onomasiological and semasiological principles, I managed to select terms that designate activities in the areas mentioned above and terminology terms/phrases in the specialized texts to identify their meaning.
For publication, Zhang has substantially revised her 2013 PhD dissertation in cognitive linguistics at the University of Leuven in which she explores variation in metonymy from an onomasiological perspective.
Biewer 2008; Davydova 2011; Engel and Ritz 2000; Hundt and Smith 2009; Van Rooy 2009; Werner 2013, 2014, 2016; Werner and Fuchs 2017; Yao and Collins 2012; Yerastov 2015; most papers in Werner, Seoane and Suarez-Gomez, eds., 2016); but an onomasiological perspective has also been taken, looking at all the forms that are used in contexts expressing perfect meaning (Seoane 2016a; Seoane and Suarez-Gomez 2013; Suarez-Gomez and Seoane 2013; Suarez-Gomez 2017).
an onomasiological system of unprecedented complexity" (Hullen 1999: 255).
Its significance lies in its innovative approach: it is the first work on this topic that is based on extensive cross-linguistic approach, covering 200 languages; then, it comes up with a new, original theory of evaluative morphology, based on an onomasiological theory of word-formation (Stekauer 1998, 2005).
This becomes manifest in specialized literature, which is limited to theoretical studies covering mainly the description of onomasiological fields, to the detriment of applications.
Herodotus's Scythians and Ptolemy's Central Asia: Semasiological and Onomasiological Studies.
Contributors offer an onomasiological perspective on structures of address in various languages, with a special emphasis on the position of the vocative between system and performance.
The African diaspora have also claimed their Africa roots through their onomasiological practices.