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THE MIDDLE ENGLISH CREOLIZATION HYPOTHESIS: PERSISTENCE, IMPLICATIONS, AND LANGUAGE IDEOLOGY. O'neil, David Report Mar 1, 2019 8497
THE ROUND ALLOGRAPH OF IN LATE MIDDLE ENGLISH (1). Thaisen, Jacob Report Mar 1, 2018 6665
Rethinking Gender and Language in Stephen Scrope's Epistle of Othea. Schieberle, Misty Critical essay Jan 1, 2018 9894
THE STATUS OF OLD ENGLISH DARE REVISITED. Gregersen, Sune Essay Sep 1, 2017 6685
REGIONAL VARIATION IN JESPERSEN'S CYCLE IN EARLY MIDDLE ENGLISH. Walkden, George; Morrison, Donald Alasdair Report Jun 1, 2017 10291
THE LOSS OF GRAMMATICAL GENDER AND CASE FEATURES BETWEEN OLD AND EARLY MIDDLE ENGLISH: ITS IMPACT ON SIMPLE DEMONSTRATIVES AND TOPIC SHIFT. Jurczyk, Rafal Report Jun 1, 2017 19408
"WHEN THAT WOUNDS ARE EVIL HEALED": REVISITING PLEONASTIC THAT IN EARLY ENGLISH MEDICAL WRITING. Martin, Javier Calle Report Mar 1, 2017 5968
John Lydgate's use of prepositions and adverbs meaning 'between'. Ciszek-Kiliszewska, Ewa Critical essay Sep 1, 2016 5461
The visual text: bibliographic codes as pragmatic markers on a manuscript page. Rogos-Hebda, Justyna Report Sep 1, 2016 3003
Middle English names of merchants: etymology and aspects of usage. Dobrovolska, Oxana Report Sep 1, 2016 12526
Dared-headed blend constructions in Middle and Early Modern English. Bemposta-Rivas, Sofia Report Jun 1, 2016 6873
The Middle English suffix -ish: reasons for decline in productivity. Ciszek, Ewa Report Jan 1, 2012 4936
Middle English medical recipes: a metadiscursive approach. Quintana-Toledo, Elena Report Jul 1, 2009 6747
Synonymity and semantic variability in medieval French and Middle English. Rothwell, W. Essay Apr 1, 2007 10275
Ye joke's on us. Brief article Mar 22, 2007 122
The loss of [ei] : [ai] opposition in Middle English *. Welna, Jerzy Report Jan 1, 2007 4521
Twin lexical collocations in legal late Middle English (1). Iglesias-Rabade, Luis Report Jan 1, 2007 11238
Chronological homogeneity in Middle English deverbal word-formation: the evidence from the Oxford English dictionary. Bilinsky, Michael Report Jan 1, 2007 2742
The pre-verbal I- in early Middle English: an analysis of the formal parameters of the prefixed verbs. Mokrowiecki, Tomasz Report Jan 1, 2007 9550
"More strenger and mightier": some remarks on double comparison in Middle English. Wlodarczyk, Matylda Report Jan 1, 2007 8074
Nim or take? A competition between two high frequency verbs in Middle English. Welna, Jerzy Jan 1, 2005 6031
"Now you see it, now you don't" once more: the loss and insertion of dental stops in medieval English. Welna, Jerzy Jan 1, 2005 4223
Noun phrase internal gender agreement in late old English and early Middle English. Pysz, Agnieszka Jan 1, 2005 3976
Is reanimation of voices possible? Pragmatics of reported speech in selected Middle English texts. Wlodarczyk Matylda Jan 1, 2005 5466
The analysis of the semantics of Middle English mowen in the light of its rise to epistemicity and eventuality. Kwirynowicz, Agnieszka Jan 1, 2005 3587
Middle English e-raising: a prelude to the Great Vowel Shift. Welna, Jerzy Jan 1, 2004 3839
Binary correlations of Middle English one-root deverbal coinages in the OED textual prototypes. Bilynsky, Michael Jan 1, 2004 5741
Enlarging the lexicon: the field of technology and administration from 1150 to 1500. Fandino, Isabel Moskowich-Spiegel Jan 1, 2004 6004
Orality and literacy in Middle English religious literature on the example of medieval lives of Christ. Witalisz, Wladyslaw Jan 1, 2001 5442
Sugar and spice and all things nice: From Oriental Bazar to English cloister in Anglo-French. Rothwell, W. Jul 1, 1999 8170
The field-name 'Palmerwang.'. Hough, Carole Mar 1, 1998 359
On the histories of de-verbal adjectives in Middle English. Dalton-Puffer, Christiane Jan 1, 1997 5393
Negative-initial sentences in Old and Middle English. van Kemenade, Ans Jan 1, 1997 5265
Recycling inversion: the case of initial adverbs and negators in Early Modern English. Nevalainen, Terttu Jan 1, 1997 4702
Now you see it, now you don't: Middle English Lengthening in Closed Syllables. (1). Ritt, Nikolaus Critical Essay Jan 1, 1997 8356
Another copy of 'Who-so him bethouete/inwardlich and ofte.' O'Mara, V.M. Mar 1, 1995 818
Problems of documentation in late Middle English variation. Goerlach, Manfred Dec 1, 1993 1194
Celtic etymologies for Old English cursung 'curse,' gafeluc 'javelin,' staer 'history,' syrce 'coat of mail,' and Middle English clog(ge) 'block, wooden shoe,' cokkunge 'striving,' tirven 'to flay,' warroke 'hunchback.' Breeze, Andrew Sep 1, 1993 7504
Some sixteenth-century records of the words humanist and humanitian. Pincombe, Michael Feb 1, 1993 6587
Middle English language and forms. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 722

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