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n Lexikos - Disregarding the corpus : headword and sense treatment in Shona monolingual lexicography : lexiconotes

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Met spesifieke verwysing na die Sjona-eentalige leksikografie bespreek hierdie artikel hoe korpusgebaseerde leksikograwe in sommige gevalle kan besluit om nie streng by die korpus te bly wanneer dit kom by trefwoord- en betekenisbehandeling nie. Die skrywer is 'n lid van die African Language Research Institute (ALRI), vroeër bekend as die African Languages Lexical (ALLEX) Project. ALRI is 'n niefakulteits-interdissiplinêre eenheid wat hom beywer vir navorsing oor en die ontwikkeling van die Afrikatale in Zimbabwe. Die skrywer is deel van 'n span van ses lede wat die reeds gepubliseerde Sjona-eentalige, sinchroniese, middelgroot en meerdoelige woordeboek (2001) saamgestel het. Die artikel het uit die skrywer se ervaring van werk aan hierdie woordeboek ontstaan. Die artikel belig die feit dat korpusgebaseerdheid nie noodwendig korpusgebondenheid impliseer nie.

With specific reference to Shona monolingual lexicography, this article discusses how corpus-based lexicographers might, in some instances, decide not strictly to adhere to the corpus when it comes to headword and sense treatment. The writer is a member of the African Languages Research Institute (ALRI), formerly known as the African Languages Lexical (ALLEX) Project. ALRI is a nonfaculty interdisciplinary unit dedicated to research on and the development of African languages in Zimbabwe. The writer is part of the six-member team that compiled the now published Shona monolingual, synchronic, medium-sized and general-purpose dictionary (2001). The article originates from the writer's experience of working on this dictionary. The article highlights the fact that being corpus-based does not necessarily imply being corpus-bound.

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2016-12-02
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