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Kočébři, bosňáci, vejcaři or On the names of peddlers in the Dictionary of Czech Dialects
Šipková, Milena
Based on the linguistic material from the Correspondence Lexical Survey of the 1950s, the paper deals with the dialectal names of peddlers (door-to-door traders) from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. Recorded names of doorstep merchants will be processed in the Czech Dialect Dictionary.\n\n
The Involvement of linguistic Theory in the Constitution (and early Development) of the modern literary Czech Language
Šipková, Milena
The author outlines the extra-linguistic factors which influenced (determined) the difference between the norm of the standard (literary) Czech and the norm of colloquial Czech, among them, it was the influence of contemporary linguistic theory which played an important role.
Reflection on the Dictionary of Czech Dialects
Šipková, Milena
After finishing the Czech Linguistic Atlas (1992-2011), the Brno Department of Dialectology of the Institute of the Czech Language, Czech Academy of Sciences, comes to the most significant phase of its aktivity - to the lexicological compilation of the gathered dialect materiál. In connection with a question arises, what type of a dialect dictionary should be compiled. It could be either some type of a differential dictionary, or a dictionary of comprehensive character. These guestions reflect not only the scientific point of view and the national and cultural interest, but also the temporal perspective, personal possibilities of the researches-dialectologists (their qualifications, experience, age) as well as in these days more and more important financial support. In her article, the author tries to characterize some possible zypes of differential dialect dictionaries and draws attention to their pros (advantages) and cons (dishadvantages). In opposition to these, she places the comprehensive compilation of an extensive dialect materiál in the form of a dictionary: on the one hand, she points out its problems, difficulties, even risks, on the other hand, its indisputable values
Borders of Dialect Lexis
Šipková, Milena
After a comprehensive description of the grammar by Jaromír Bělič (1972) and geographic depiction of Czech dialects in the six-volume Czech Linguistic Atlas (1-5, 1992-2005, Supplements 2011), the third and probably the most important task of the traditional Czech dialektology appears to be a nationwide dialects dictionary. The Dictionary of Czech Dialects was started in 2011 by the Department of Dialectology of the Institute of the Czech Language of the Czech Academy of Sciences, in Brno. The first period of work will result in ca 8,000 entries covering letters A-C. The Dictionary is designed as an electronic one (the printed version is being prepared) with the perspektive of further interactive usage (it contains links to other electronic works of the Department: the Dictionary of Anoikonyms in Bohemia (URL: http://mam2.ujc.cas.cz/onomast-pj), the Dictionary of Anoikonyms in Moravia and Silesia (URL: http://spjms.ujc.cas.cz), and the Czech Linguistic Atlas (URL. http://cja.ujc.cas.cz/cja.html). The Dictionary of Czech Dialects compiles lexis roughly from the first half of the 19th till the end of the 20th centuries.\n On the background of current linguistic situation in the Czech Republic (with the dialects better preserved in Moravia and Silesia compared to Bohemia), the author ponders upon the concept of a nationwide dialect dictionary, its specifics and borders (including the limiting factors of a differential dialect dictionary, the influence of codifications to the delimitation of dialect words, the degee of incorporstion of professionalisms/dialect terminology, potentiality etc.). \n We hope that together with a new comprehensive dictionary of Czech (with the provisional title Academic Dictionary of Current Czech) which has been compiled at the Institute of the Czech Language of the Academy of Sciences in Prague since 2012, the Dictionary of Czech Dialects will enable to reveal the dynamism of the lexical system and its external and internal stimuli.
The share of linguistic theory in constituting (and early development) of modern standard Czech.
Šipková, Milena
The author outlines the extra-linguistic factors which influenced (determined) the difference between the norm of the standard (literary) Czech and the norm of colloquial Czech - among them, it was the influence of contemporary linguistic theory which played an important role. \n
The share of linguistic theory in constitution and early development of modern standard Czech.
Šipková, Milena
The author outlines the extra-linguistic factors which influenced (determined) the difference between the norm of the standard (literary) Czech and the norm of colloquial Czech, among them, it was the influence of contemporary linguistic theory which played an important role. \n\n
Some Problems of Processing Verbs in Dialect Dictionary
Šipková, Milena
The author aims to emphasize the fact that the dialect lexicographer indispensably needs a broad theoretical lexicological skills for his work, i.e. that he sees (realizes/distinguishes) in phonological, morphological and word-formational morphs and morphems (prefixes, sufixes, endings) and in the syntactic behaviour of verbs important signals (indicators) of possible semantic differences. On the other side, it needs to be stressed that it primarily is the word and its meaning that stays in the centre of lexicographer’s attention, and though phonology, morphology, word-formation and syntax are respectable for him, i.e. he must take them into consideration, they, nevertheless, only play a supportive and stimulating role.
To the Names of Pubs, Inns, Taprooms and Dives
Šipková, Milena
On the material collected for the Dictionary of Moravian nad Silesian anoikonyms, the author pays attention to the names of pubs and inns on the territory of Moravia and Silesia. In the first part of the article, she lists some frequently used common names for a pub (hospoda, hostinec, šenk, krčma, pajzl) together with their short etymologies; in the second part she sorts the collected names into semantic groups according to their motivations.
To the Names of Pubs, Inns, Taprooms and Dives
Šipková, Milena
On the material collected for the Dictionary of Moravian nad Silesian anoikonyms, the author pays attention to the names of pubs and inns on the territory of Moravia and Silesia. In the first part of the article, she lists some frequently used common names for a pub (hospoda, hostinec, šenk, krčma, pajzl) together with their short etymologies; in the second part she sorts the collected names into semantic groups according to their motivations.
To the Names of Pubs, Inns, Taprooms and Dives
Šipková, Milena
On the material collected for the Dictionary of Moravian nad Silesian anoikonyms, the author pays attention to the names of pubs and inns on the territory of Moravia and Silesia. In the first part of the article, she lists some frequently used common names for a pub (hospoda, hostinec, šenk, krčma, pajzl) together with their short etymologies; in the second part she sorts the collected names into semantic groups according to their motivations.

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