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Title:

Consideraţii pe marginea unui dicţionar etimologic: CDER

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Publication: Limba română, LVIII (4), Section Lexicologie și lexicografie, p. 481-498
p-ISSN:0024-3523
Publisher:Editura Academiei
Place:București
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Abstract:While carefully examining the entire dictionary, the author of the present study has come to the surprising conclusion that in CDER there exists a great amount of exact information together with numerous etymologies which are either wrong or at least doubtful. On the other hand, Cioranescu’s research stops around the year 1950, while the dictionary was published almost ten years later. Although he has lived approximately forty years after the publication of the dictionary which he authored, Cioranescu never updated it, nor did he correct a series of undoubtful errors. Concerning this state of things, anyone might ask a number of questions which are very difficult to answer. Because of this, something seems to be out of order concerning this important etymological dictionary.
Key words:
  • Al. Ciorănescu, dicţionar, etimologie, frazeologie, derivare regresivă, substrat, etimologie multiplă
  • Al. Ciorănescu, dictionary, etymology, phraseology, back-formation, substratum, multiple etymology
Language: Romanian
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Citations to this publication: 2

References in this publication: 7

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58Ion I. RussuEtnogeneza românilor
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Editura Științifică și Enciclopedică1981
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