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En SAOB-artikel växer fram

Wendt, Bo LU (2010) In Lexiconordica 17. p.249-273
Abstract
This article presents a specific example of how the work of an editor

of the comprehensive historical Swedish dictionary, published

by the Swedish Academy, (SAOB) proceeds. The example concerns

the Swedish preposition under ’under’ and accurately describes the

process of writing that SAOB entry. Drawing from this particular

word, it is shown how etymology governs also the semantic description,

on what principles the different meanings of a word is

either divided into different main sections or kept together within

one and the same main section, how SAOB deals with borderline

cases, how the description interacts with already written parts of

the... (More)
This article presents a specific example of how the work of an editor

of the comprehensive historical Swedish dictionary, published

by the Swedish Academy, (SAOB) proceeds. The example concerns

the Swedish preposition under ’under’ and accurately describes the

process of writing that SAOB entry. Drawing from this particular

word, it is shown how etymology governs also the semantic description,

on what principles the different meanings of a word is

either divided into different main sections or kept together within

one and the same main section, how SAOB deals with borderline

cases, how the description interacts with already written parts of

the dictionary, how the main sections may be grouped together in

bigger subgroups, how subordinate sections are distinguished and

furthermore how the use of a word in compounds may influence on

the description of the simplex word. (Less)
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249 - 273
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Nordisk forening for leksikografi
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of the comprehensive historical Swedish dictionary, published<br/><br>
by the Swedish Academy, (SAOB) proceeds. The example concerns<br/><br>
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process of writing that SAOB entry. Drawing from this particular<br/><br>
word, it is shown how etymology governs also the semantic description,<br/><br>
on what principles the different meanings of a word is<br/><br>
either divided into different main sections or kept together within<br/><br>
one and the same main section, how SAOB deals with borderline<br/><br>
cases, how the description interacts with already written parts of<br/><br>
the dictionary, how the main sections may be grouped together in<br/><br>
bigger subgroups, how subordinate sections are distinguished and<br/><br>
furthermore how the use of a word in compounds may influence on<br/><br>
the description of the simplex word.},
  author       = {Wendt, Bo},
  issn         = {0805-2735},
  language     = {swe},
  pages        = {249--273},
  publisher    = {Nordisk forening for leksikografi},
  series       = {Lexiconordica},
  title        = {En SAOB-artikel växer fram},
  volume       = {17},
  year         = {2010},
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