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Studies in Middle English Forms and Meanings


Gabriella Mazzon

Contents: Gabriella Mazzon: Introduction – Hans-Jürgen Diller: From mōd to emotion (or almost): the medieval gestation of a modern concept – Dieter Kastovsky: Middle English word-formation: a list of desiderata – Laura Wright: On some Middle English Colour Terms, including pink – Barbara Bianchi: Towards an electronic LALME: Scandinavian and French influence in some late Middle English texts from Cheshire – María José Carrillo-Linares/Edurne Garrido-Anes: Middle English Lexical Distributions: Two Instances From The Lay Folks’ Catechism – Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti: A pragma-linguistic approach to medieval narrative: the case of saints’ lives – Julia Fernández Cuesta/Nieves Rodríguez Ledesma: From Old Northumbrian to Northern Middle English: Bridging the divide – Nils-Lennart Johannesson: On Orm’s relationship to his Latin sources – Cynthia Lloyd: From denominal to deverbal: the suffix -age in Middle English – María José López-Couso: Frequency effects: Middle English nis as a case in point – Roderick W. McConchie: Discomfort in Middle English – Belén Méndez Naya: He nas nat right fat: On the origin and development of intensifier right – Lilo Moessner: The Mandative Subjunctive in Middle English – Tibor Örsi: The Use of Synonyms in the English Version of Mandeville’s Travels – Letizia Vezzosi: Himself: an overview of its use in Middle English – Jerzy Wełna: The loss of the liquid [l] in Early English, or what Luick and Jordan did not say – Anna Wojtyś: Middle English perfixal past participle marking in the Midlands.